Advocacy organizations warn student loans made by colleges through credit unions may be deceptive.
The fifth anniversary of Dodd-Frank brings new rules to protect troops from predatory lenders.
The Department of Education’s proposed rules would revamp how financial institutions do business with colleges.
Several organizations have weighed in on the CFPB's proposed changes to prepaid card governance.
The CFPB proposes new disclosure requirements but stops short of mandating deposit insurance.
Regulator says borrowers' heirs can be added to a mortgage without triggering ability-to-repay rules.
WASHINGTON – A public forum announcing the pilot program featured a credit union executive among panelists supporting the measure.
Big data providers aren't providing quality credit scoring information, according to a recent study from the National Consumer Law Center.
Tom Nix, who sold his family financial services business to Kinecta FCU in 2007, shares details on the deal and his eventual departure.
A consumer coalition voiced support to federal financial regulators attempts to prevent payday lenders from using the electronic check system to debit their customer's checking accounts for loan payments.