Seven top bank executives head to House Financial Services tomorrow—any Rep. Katie Porter surprises? Plus: A Duke Law prof looks at declining corporate prosecutions, and scroll down for Who Got the Work. And notable moves is teeming this week. Thanks for reading Compliance Hot Spots. Tips, feedback and general musings on your practices are welcome. I’m at [email protected]and 202-828-0315, or follow me on Twitter @cryanbarber.

Bank Execs Head to Hot Seat

From the time they retook the majority, U.S. House Democrats have proven that their oversight interests are not confined to the administration of President Donald Trump.

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