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NY DFS Superintendent Vullo to Leave Job

Maria Vullo, the superintendent of the New York Department of Financial Services, announced yesterday that she will leave the agency on Feb. 1, 2019. Vullo has spent three years at the agency and is credited with creating a national model for cybersecurity regulations for the financial services industry, as well …

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Kraninger Reverses Course, Announces BCFP Name is Dead

The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection is dead. Long live the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. In one of her first official actions as director of the agency, Kathy Kraninger has announced that the regulator will henceforth use the name Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The announcement ends nearly a year of …

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BillingTree Named One of the Top Ten Revenue Cycle Management Solution Providers for Healthcare Organizations

PHOENIX, Dec. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —BillingTree®, the payment problem solvers™, today announced it has been named as one of the Ten Best Revenue Cycle Management Solution Providers by business healthcare reviewers, Insights Care. The award recognizes the impact the BillingTree CareView™ solution suite has had in driving revenue and helping care providers efficiently manage their …

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Student Loan Debt Continues to Explode

The amount of unpaid student loan debt in the United States has doubled in the past 10 years and now stands at $1.465 trillion, a new record.  Individuals who took out a student loan in 2012, though, are having a much harder time making their payments that individuals who took …

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