WASHINGTON – Politicians criticize Dodd-Frank on social media; NAFCU affirms it led to the collapse of 1,250 credit unions.
The fifth anniversary of Dodd-Frank brings new rules to protect troops from predatory lenders.
Trades write to Congress urging credit unions’ exemption from CFPB rules; Rep. Roger Williams introduces H.R. 3048.
The need for federal advocacy grows exponentially.
Trades ask CFPB to push TILA-RESPA to no earlier than Oct. 3, 2015, and, if possible, to Jan. 1, 2016.
WASHINGTON—Financial services hearing produces a mixed message on the effectiveness of Dodd-Frank.
Umholtz questions the reasoning behind disparate impact.
In a letter, CUNA asks the CFPB to push back the deadline to Jan. 1, 2016.
The auto lending growth momentum continues at credit unions, while the CFPB cracks down on non-bank auto finance companies.
The bureau's new rules could eventually level the playing field between banks and nonbanks.