State Law Update: Oregon Updates Check Cashing Regulations, Adopts Rules Allowing Bank Interest Rate Swaps

Recently, the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services published final rules to update certain rules applicable to check cashing businesses. The adopted regulations simplify reporting requirements and reduce the data that licensees must include in annual reports. In the same publication, the Department adopted temporary rules granting Oregon commercial banks authority to engage in interest rate swap transactions as intermediary with and on behalf of the bank’s customers, provided the bank receives prior written approval from the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services and other specified conditions are satisfied.

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