* The Systemic Risk Council, a private-sector group that includes several top former regulators, warned U.S. regulators against a proposal aimed at lowering capital requirements for the largest banks, arguing it would "make the U.S. banking system materially less resilient."
* The House Financial Services Committee plans to schedule a hearing, likely before Sept. 27, to review waste, fraud and abuse allegations at the Federal Housing Finance Agency, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
* Starting Sept. 4, banks, insurance companies and other financial services institutions regulated by the New York State Department of Financial Services will be required to comply with certain additional provisions of the state's cybersecurity regulation.
* An investor group led by CC Capital, Cannae Holdings and funds affiliated with Thomas H. Lee Partners will acquire commercial data and analytics provider Dun & Bradstreet for $6.5 billion.
* Investment Technology Group is discussing a potential settlement of an SEC probe into its U.S. POSIT alternative trading system's operational features and data access.
* LendingClub disclosed an investigation launched by Massachusetts' attorney general into the online lender's advertising and disclosure practices to state consumers.
* UnitedHealth Group entered into a tentative agreement to buy Genoa Health, a specialty pharmacy operator backed by private equity firm Advent International, a source told Axios.
* Aluminum producer Alcoa signed a group annuity contract to transfer roughly $290 million in assets and related obligations of defined benefit pension plans for certain U.S. beneficiaries to a unit of Athene Holding.
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