Some banking regulatory requirements easing

ASSISTING CUSTOMERS: Bank teller Kayla Beauvais, left, helps Jacqueline Daigneault of Cumberland at the Citizens Bank branch in town at 2000 Mendon Road. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
ASSISTING CUSTOMERS: Bank teller Kayla Beauvais, left, helps Jacqueline Daigneault of Cumberland at the Citizens Bank branch in town at 2000 Mendon Road. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
A decade after the financial crisis, the banking industry appears to be in great shape. Profits are way up and some of the regulatory requirements enacted in response to the crisis are on the way out, which has some federal regulators concerned. One of the changes – called a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking – before…

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