The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will not consider increasing its remittance exemption above 100 transactions per year before the rule is finalized, Director Richard Cordray told listeners who tuned in to an NCUA-sponsored webinar Tuesday afternoon.

Cordray said the CFPB was required by Congress to define a remittance “normal course of business”, and to go beyond 100 per year would not “be a fair reading of the law.”


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