Director tells CFPB briefing that new rules aren’t intended to pressure lenders into meeting QM standards on all mortgages.
Trades praise Cordray's accessibility, libertarian think firm revisits recess appointment constitutionality.
Insurers believe risk exposure growing as more small- and medium-size companies use social media.
Other priorities next year will include hiring more examiners to police advisers, JOBS Act rulemaking on Reg D, crowdfunding.
The U.S. Justice Department is suing Bank of America over alleged mortgage fraud perpetrated against Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by Countrywide, the giant mortgage originator purchased by Bank of America.
It's presidential election season again, which means that with the predictability of a Lindsay Lohan arrest we are once again being told that we are on the eve of the election to end all elections. The political equivalent of the Thrilla in Manila; Voldemort vs. Harry Potter; the decisive battle...
Former SEC enforcement chief says unit has been "unprecedented in its success."
After a five-year quiet period on proposed amendments involving notification rules for broker-dealers, the SEC is again seeking feedback.
House Financial Services Committee Chairman Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.) predicted that he would be cleared of charges that he violated insider trading laws.
The House Financial Services Committee plans to vote this week on several bills it says will spur job creation and ease the regulatory burden.