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Banking Groups Pan USPS Proposal to Offer Financial Services
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UPDATE 1-U.S. Senate panel's bank oversight bill gets no Democ...

(Adds details from vote, quotes from Senators) WASHINGTON, May 21 (Reuters) - The largest overhaul of U.S. financial industry reform since the 2008 crisis hit a roadblock on Thursday, as a regulation relief bill passed a Senate committee ... CNBC, 6 days ago
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VTDigger.org

Senate OKs bill extending financial assistance to poor college students

Voting 17-0, the Senate on Monday approved on third and final reading a measure seeking to extend financial assistance to poor but deserving college students until they finish their chosen courses in either private or public university. Senate Bill ...
 GMA News.tv2 days ago Legislative Wrap: Child protection reforms topped criminal justice agenda  VTDigger.org2 days ago Shelby finance bill clears Senate panel  The Hill5 days ago Financial Regulatory Relief Bill Approved by Senate Banking Committee  The MReport5 days ago
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Bank Think

Sparring Over Shelby's Reg Reform Bill: Weekly Wrap

Sensible Reform, or Reckless Rollbacks? The financial reform bill proposed by Sen. Richard Shelby inspired plenty of debate on BankThink this week. Former Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. chair William Isaac rose to the bill's defense , arguing that ...
 Bank Think5 days ago At Long Last, a Compromise on Dodd-Frank Reform  National Mortgage News1 week ago Shelby's Bill Is the Right Way Forward on Financial Reform  National Mortgage News1 week ago

Senate Financial Reform Bill Anything But a Partisan Effort

The U.S. House has introduced—and even passed—several bills during the past few years aimed at reforming financial regulations, but the Senate has lagged far behind. So it is a positive sign that Senate Banking Committee Chairman Richard Shelby ...
 Heritage Foundation5 days ago BPC Applauds Alternative Regulatory Reform Package Proposed by Senator Brown  Noodls1 week ago
Bank Think

Financial Reform Bill Would Reopen Door to Predatory Lending

Less than five years after the Dodd-Frank Act was signed into law, legislators on Capitol Hill are threatening to roll back significant portions of critical financial reforms. The legislation proposed by Sen. Richard Shelby would gut the critical ...
 Bank Think1 week ago

Medical care insurance reform passed in Diet / Prefectural govts to take over management

The Yomiuri Shimbun The House of Councillors passed and enacted a bill Wednesday to reform the public health care system, aiming to strengthen the national health insurance program's financial state. The bill saw a majority vote from the Liberal ...
 The Japan News8 hours ago Centre passes reforms test with insurance  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Determined to go ahead with land bill, GST reforms: Jaitley

Determined to go ahead with land bill, GST reforms: Jaitley Long wait ends with Amma's return Determined to go ahead with land bill, GST reforms: Jaitley BCCI rubbishes news report on Lodha Committee expenses ...
 United News of India5 days ago GST, land bill only a question of time: PM  The Financial Chronicle3 hours ago Land law will not be a barrier for growth: PM  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
Rediff.com

Government initiatives to take India's growth to 9-10 per cent: Arun Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley (Photo: PTI) Implementation of GST the indirect taxes reform will add 1-2 per cent to India's GDP New Delhi: Initiatives being taken by the government to boost investments and introduce tax reforms will lead to 9-10 per cent ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago Govt initiatives to take India's growth to 9-10%: Jaitley  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago India has potential to grow at 10%: Jaitley  Rediff.com1 month ago India has potential to grow at 10 per cent: Jaitley  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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No big bang reforms, but Budget to boost growth

Image: Indian economy is a super giant. Photograph: Reuters     Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday announced a budget that put boosting growth before painful reforms, slowing the pace of fiscal deficit cuts and seeking to put domestic and foreign capital to work.  In his first full-year budget since Prime Minister Narendra Modi's landslide election victory last May, Jaitley said India's economy was about to take off. Modi tweeted that the budget would "further reignite ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Budget: A milestone towards ushering in reforms  Rediff.com2 months ago Highlights of the Economic Survey  Rediff.com2 months ago Visionary Budget but devil lies in the implementation  Rediff.com2 months ago
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2014-15 a year of financial sector reforms

Capital infusion, infra financing, FDI in insurance etc among the many noteworthy changes. The year 2014-15 could well go as one of long-pending financial sector reforms, expected to have a lasting impact.   From governance issues of the banking sector to higher foreign direct investment and overhaul of the monetary policy framework, with inflation targeting as the aim, these would shape the banking and financial sector for a long while.   "Some of the initiatives taken or ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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