After missing deadline, Congress won't use law to prohibit CFPB from issuing prepaid card rules.
Credit union trades ask CFPB for limits on race and gender reporting on loans.
Acosta “is still looking for a solution that could be implemented in final form before June 9,” says ERISA attorney Fred Reish.
Credit unions ask the CFPB to ensure they limit any business loan rules.
Financial Services Chair Hensarling pushes to keep communications between agencies, including the NCUA, secret and away from FOI requests.
Former CFPB Assistant Director Rohit Chopra is recommended for a seat on the FTC.
The bipartisan bill changes federal bankruptcy rules to establish parity between student loan debt and other debt.
Eight mergers are approved in March, the lowest number reported during that month in a decade.
Puerto Rico's cooperativa and credit union officials are hopeful for the industry, despite the island's financial woes.
The Financial CHOICE Act is approved by a House committee and moves to the floor for consideration.