The final risk-based capital rule must avoid unintended, negative consequences.
CFPB director appears before a congressional subcommittee to discuss whistleblowers' discrimination claims.
NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz tells Congress the rule could have prevented 14 credit union failures.
Credit unions need a guarantee that a final risk-based capital rule won't put them at a competitive disadvantage to banks.
House Financial Services subcommittee chairman asks the NCUA for RBC details in writing.
The Fed's inspector general scolds the CFPB for increasing the budget from its originally approved $95M.
An employee tells Congress CFPB officials direct examiners to find violations even if none occur.
A CFPB examiner and a former employee will appear before a House subcommittee to detail discrimination claims.
House Financial Services subcommittee targets two CFPB managers and a union VP who refused to testify April 2.
Democrat members of the House Financial Services Committee say the April 2 hearing belongs in court, not Congress. Republicans disagree.