Monthly Archives: July 2011

Financial Literacy Improves at Slow Pace

Financial literacy has improved in the United States school system, with 13 states now requiring students to take a personal finance course as a high school graduation requirement; up from seven states in 2007.    Even with state support, however, nearly … Continue reading

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BITS Releases Social Media Framework for Financial Services

BITS, the technology policy division of The Financial Services Roundtable, has released “Social Media Risks and Mitigation,” a framework for financial institutions adopting social media and a guide to managing related security risks. “Financial services customers are using social media … Continue reading

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Treasury Blogs About One-Year Anniversary of DFA

The one-year anniversary of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (DFA) approaches on July 21.  The Department of the Treasury has issued a blog post summarizing the Act and the steps that must still be taken to complete … Continue reading

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