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Vol. 18, No. 4,
Fourth Quarter 2005

FEATURES

Jack Guynn on
Economic Growth,
Hurricanes

Payment Services
Withstand Katrina’s
Might

Pat Barron on the
Need to Improve
Payment Systems

Directo a México
Promotes FedACH

Webcast
Introduces New
Bank Secrecy
Act Manual

Credit Cards’
Benefits Outweigh
Identity Theft
Risks

Go Direct Campaign
Encourages Direct
Deposit

New HMDA Data
Include Loan Pricing

Redesigned $10 Bill
to Debut in ’06

Conference
Explores Latin
American Bank
Reform

Final CRA Rules
Take Effect

Revisions Proposed
to ATM Fee
Disclosure

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Atlanta Fed President Discusses Hurricanes, Economic Growth, and Energy

In a recent speech, Jack Guynn said that despite the short-term disruption Hurricanes Katrina and Rita caused, the U.S. economy is poised for growth and low inflation.

FULL STORY


Atlanta Fed Operations Withstand Katrina’s Might

Hurricane Katrina brought unprecedented challenges to the Atlanta Fed’s New Orleans Branch, but the Fed’s contingency efforts helped maintain payments in the region.

FULL STORY


Banks Can and Should Improve Payment System, Atlanta Fed Official Says

At a global payments conference in France, first vice president Pat Barron challenged U.S. bankers to build on electronic payment efficiencies.

FULL STORY


Directo a México Promotes FedACH Service

As remittances to Mexico continue to grow rapidly, the Fed and Banco de México launch a new marketing campaign to help banks capture more of the remittance market.

FULL STORY


Live Webcast Briefs Examiners on Bank Secrecy Act Compliance

Regulatory agencies recently offered live broadcasts over the Internet to introduce an examiner training manual on anti–money laundering legislation and the Bank Secrecy Act.

FULL STORY