By Jon Hill (January 1, 2019, 12:03 PM EST) -- The return of divided government in Washington may put a damper on the prospects for more banking legislation, but federal regulators will have their hands full in 2019 finishing rules to implement the last big banking bill, updating old rules around lending in underserved areas and rethinking their rethink of the Volcker Rule.
Financial services attorneys told Law360 that when it comes to banking policy, they don't see many areas of potential bipartisan agreement between the Senate and House now that Democrats are about a day away from officially taking control of the latter.
That's likely to put the kibosh on...
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