The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) final rule changes the scope of the ability to use arbitration clauses in consumer financial contracts.

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In October, the Senate passed efforts to disapprove the rule under a Congressional Review Act challenge.  The rule will not go into effect.

CUNA asked the CFPB to consider the unique size and structure of credit unions. It pointed out that since credit unions are owned by their members, and, as not-for-profit financial cooperatives, they have incentive to, and a long history of prioritizing the needs of their members.

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The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (BCFP) arbitration rule is the latest harmful example of one-size-fits-all regulations and must go, CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle wrote in Morning Consult




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