FAVORED BEEN STUDYING HER POWERS TO A 3 ¼ LENGTH WIN IN SATURDAY’S $200,000 GOLDEN STATE JUVENILE FILLIES UNDER SMITH; TRAINED BY WARD, SHE GETS SEVEN FURLONGS IN 1:25.25SPONSORED BY THE CTBA, RACE IS PART OF GOLDEN STATE SERIES FOR CAL-BRED OR SIRED HORSES ARCADIA, Calif. (Nov. 1, 2019)–With a return to sprinting and her fellow California-breds, KMN Racing’s Been Studying Her responded with a resounding 3 ¼ length victory in Saturday’s $200,000 Golden State Juvenile Fillies at Santa Anita. Ridden by Mike Smith and trained by Dan Ward, the 2-year-old daughter of Fast Anna got seven furlongs in 1:25.25.Sponsored by the CTBA, the Golden State Juvenile Fillies is part of the lucrative Golden State Series.Most recently fourth in the Grade I, 1 1/16 miles Chandelier Stakes here on Sept. 27, Been Studying Her broke from post position 11 and was third, about a length and a half off pacesetter Bulletproof One. Three-deep turning for home, Been Studying Her won with her ears pricked in a dominant performance.A winner of the state-bred Generous Portion Stakes going six furlongs two starts back at Del Mar on Aug. 28, Been Studying Her now has three wins from four starts and with the winner’s share of $110,000, she has earnings of $205,280.Off as the 3-2 favorite in a field of 11, Been Studying Her, who is by Fast Anna and is out of the Kitten’s Joy mare Maddie’s Odyssey, paid $5.00, $3.60 and $2.80.Owned and bred in California by KMN Racing LLC, Been Studying Her broke her maiden first time out at Sacramento on July 20 and was making her second Santa Anita start today.Smiling Shirlee rallied from far back to be second by three quarters of a length over Warren’s Showtime and paid $5.60 and $4.00 while off at 5-1.Warren’s Showtime kept to her task in game fashion through the drive and was second by ¾ lengths over Cholula Lips. Ridden by Jorge Velez, Warren’s Showtime was off at 11-1 and paid $5.40 to show.Fractions on the race were 22.02, 45.66 and 1:11.42.
in Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing Share Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Dodd-Frank Federal Reserve House Financial Services Committee Lenders & Servicers Processing Senate Banking Committee Service Providers 2011-11-22 Ryan Schuette November 22, 2011 473 Views New Bill Aims to Create Appeals Process for Bank Complaints If a new bill becomes law, it would establish a central appeals hub for financial institutions with concerns about actions taken by bank examiners, corralling the activities of several regulatory agencies for review.[IMAGE]Reps. “”Shelley Moore Capito””:http://capito.house.gov/ (R-WV) and “”Carolyn Maloney””:http://maloney.house.gov/ (D-NY) recently co-sponsored the Financial Institutions Examination Fairness and Reform Act, or H.R. 3461, which aims to create an Office of Examination Ombudsman responsible for any complaints from financial institutions over the activities of examiners.””This legislation provides financial institutions with a fair and impartial process to appeal examination reports for federal financial regulators with a fair and impartial process to appeal examination reports for federal financial regulators and providing further clarity to regulators,”” Capito said in a statement.Language in the bill charges the ombudsman with investigating complaints, managing the appeal workflow, and checking to make sure that examiners stay within the scope of their legal responsibilities.It would also make the ombudsman a relatively powerful newcomer to the national regulatory scene.[COLUMN_BREAK]If the Senate passed a similar measure, then reconciled it with H.R. 3461 in a way that largely leaves it intact, the ombudsman would assume responsibility for an appeals process whose purview includes the personnel from several agencies, including the “”FDIC””:http://www.fdic.gov/, “”Federal Reserve””:http://www.federalreserve.gov/, and “”Consumer Financial Protection Bureau””:http://www.consumerfinance.gov/.The ombudsman would need to report to several committees once a year, including the “”House Financial Services Committee””:http://financialservices.house.gov/ and “”Senate Banking Committee””:http://banking.senate.gov/public/. The bill requires that it convene meetings open to the public on a quarterly basis.Trade groups from the banking industry responded enthusiastically to the bill’s introduction.””This bill takes a major step toward a more balanced and transparent approach regarding how, and on what basis, decisions are made by the regulatory agencies in the examination process,”” former Gov. “”Frank Keating””:http://www.aba.com/Press+Room/fkeating_bio.htm (R-Oklahoma), president and CEO of the “”American Bankers Association””:http://www.aba.com/default.htm, said in a statement. “”It also addresses some examiner decisions that have effectively and unnecessarily reduced the amount of capital available for increased lending – particularly to small businesses.””We strongly urge its enactment, which would increase banks’ ability to help local businesses grow and create jobs,”” he added.Capito noted that the bill stays true to the spirit of several meetings that divulged “”significant concerns about the fairness of the examination process for financial institutions.””H.R. 3461 follows several hearings by lawmakers concerning the activities of examiners, including a field hearing in Georgia, where some bank leaders complained about the rigor of regulators, and a hearing about the implications of the Dodd-Frank Act more recently.