For the first time, the CFPB issues a letter of "no action" for a fintech lending organization.
More than 800,000 students could have relief from their student debt in a settlement between the CFPB and 15 trusts.
The Education Department faces pressure to once again share servicer information with the CFPB.
A lending program supported by the credit union industry is under investigation as allegations of predatory lending mount.
"We don't have a conclusive statement from Equifax," says a credit-rating official slamming Equifax for the massive data breach.
A Senator uses Wells Fargo and Equifax as examples to keep the CFPB's arbitration rule, while CU trades oppose it.
More than one million students are defaulting on their student loans; Trump cabinet member blames the CFPB.
The regulatory climate and direction facing credit unions remains decidedly clouded.
The Rules Committee agrees to debate restoring the CFPB's authority to regulate small-dollar loans.
The uncertainty of Cordray's future at the CFPB continues to drag on.