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The 158-page compliance guide is intended to help financial institutions understand how the rule applies to their operations.
On Friday, PHH filed its response to the CFPB’s request for a rehearing en banc in the landmark lawsuit in which the U.S. Court of Appeal for the D.C. Circuit found that the construct of the CFPB violates the constitution and that the Director of it can be removed “at-will”. PHH argued that the court should deny the petition for rehearing en banc.
Prior to consideration in the House of Representatives, CUNA sent a letter to Members of the House urging them to vote for the bill.
As we have discussed over the last several months, we see a lot of opportunity to advance regulatory reform legislation that improves the operating environment for credit unions to serve their members.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Office for Older Americans has created a guide called Managing Someone Else’s Money specific to financial caregivers in Illinois. It is hosting a webinar on January 12 to provide information about it.
Here's a list of a few issues that may be of interest.
We sent a letter to the Department of Defense urging them to answer some of our questions.
CUNA expressed our ongoing concerns with a proposed Consumer Response Company Response Survey.
Here are some highlights from the past year.
This week, the Consumer Federation of America held its
annual Financial Services Conference and credit union advocates were on hand to
explain the credit union difference.
CFPB approves FHFA as a conservator for the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation and the Federal National Mortgage Association.
CFPB highlighted credit unions' work on financial literacy for youth, and released a report entitled " Teaching Financial Fundamentals."
CFPB releases a report on ways to use networks to fight elder financial exploitation and what credit unions can do to join the cause.
CUNA staff met with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today to address concerns and seek clarifications about its proposed rule for payday and small dollar loans.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act is set for October and CUNA will be challenging this FCC order.
Our regulatory advocacy attorneys will walk through our recent analysis of this massive rule, and help credit unions with their comment letters.
The Bureau re-affirmed its commitment to publishing proposed fixes to the large and cumbersome TRID rule by late July.
The CFPB rule is intended to "coexist" with state laws, but would preempt state law in cases of inconsistency.
We are concerned that this proposal does not take into account the member-centric business model of credit unions, and would remove opportunities for fast, cost-effective dispute resolution.
The CFPB's Final Rule on Prepaid Cards was expected this month, but now the agency is signaling it will be pushed back until May or June.
In his speech before CUNA’s GAC, CFPB Director Cordray also addressed rulemakings which the Bureau is expected to propose this year and next, including overdraft protection and small-dollar lending.
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