The bureau seeks input on whether its HMDA Resubmission Guidelines make sense in light of new Reg C reporting requirements.
Bureau reports $266 million in employee compensation and benefits spending and $183 million in civil penalties income.
Credit unions must increase their focus on compliance in light of the CFPB’s proposal on class action waivers.
Government report acknowledges reports of increased compliance burdens.
College-sponsored card programs fall by 65% over five years as large banks exit the market, a new study reveals.
The CFPB is tapped to provide regulatory clarity on an H.R. 22 provision, which aims to modernize privacy notice requirements.
Enhanced complaint process transparency gives credit unions the opportunity to learn from their mistakes.
Find out what readers had to say about the NCUA board's heated debate and CFPB Director Cordray's Dec. 3 speech.
CFPB study identifies ways credit union-run programs differentiate from those at banks and subprime lenders.
A Dec. 16 House Financial Services Subcommittee hearing targets mass data collection tactics.