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    Economy Matters examines some steps financial institutions are taking to protect themselves from cybercrime.
  • Regulators seek comment on their use of the Uniform Financial Institutions Rating System.
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    Begin 2020 with a sharp focus on your finances.
  • Raphael Bostic (right), president and CEO of the Atlanta Fed, interviewing author James Fallows
    Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic talks with James Fallows about his book that explores American social, regional, and cultural diversity. podcast
  • Mike Johnson of the Atlanta Fed's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit Division, discusses banking conditions and supervisory updates in the new "ViewPoint."
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    Economy Matters examines some steps financial institutions are taking to protect themselves from cybercrime.
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's golden seal
    On February 26, 2020, supervised banks and fintechs can speak with Fed staff about banking innovation.
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    Read Take On Payments for a discussion of in-person fraud in the United States, which is much higher than in other countries.
  • Economy Matters' "ViewPoint" looks at fintech's impact on mortgage lending in the Southeast.
  • Economy Matters looks at what bank examiners do to ensure that banks adhere to relevant laws in a fast-changing environment.
  • Cynthia Goodwin, a vice president in the Atlanta Fed's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit division, during the recording of a podcast episode.
    Cynthia Goodwin of the Atlanta Fed's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit division discusses 2018 in banking in a podcast.
  • Atlanta Federal Reserve building boardroom
    The new video discusses how the Fed's interest rate changes affect our lives, with active-learning exercises accompanying the video.
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    This lesson allows students to "unlock" the mystery behind the math with answers that open a combination lock and solve a timeline puzzle.
  • person facing the viewer while holding magnifying glass over a transparent surface with various charts and data
    Begin 2020 with a sharp focus on your finances.
  • Start with the basics so you can make informed financial decisions.
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    Learn about strategies for making decisions during the holiday season.
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    Learn about creative solutions and challenges to career pathway advancement in Maximum Employment Matters.

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