The CFPB to release arbitration rules, which could push Congress to take action against the agency.
A new poll shows voters favor strict financial regulations as well as the efforts of the CFPB.
The OCC asks the CFPB to put the breaks on arbitration rules until a full review is conducted.
The CFPB's Cordray fires back, saying the OCC cannot challenge arbitration rules.
A credit union president tells a House subcommittee that the CFPB's powers are too broad.
Efforts are underway to nullify the new CFPB arbitration rules.
The CFPB releases final rules restricting arbitration clauses and rejects the notion that credit unions be exempt from regulations.
The NCUA's McWatters asks CFPB's Cordray for conditional exemption for largest CUs from examination and enforcement authority.
One strong director – not a commission – should lead the CFPB at the pleasure of the president.
A House subcommittee approves measures to cut CDFI by 23% and makes the CFPB and NCUA subject to appropriations.