Oversight from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau hasn’t significantly decreased mortgages made by the nation’s largest banks. It has affected the kinds of mortgages those banks offer, however, say researchers at the New York Fed.
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau could be better at handling its enterprise risk management, although it is adequate in other information security areas, according to an OIG report.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced a settlement with Cash Express, LLC, a small-dollar lender that offers high-cost, short-term loans as well as check-cashing services.
Although California, Florida and Texas topped the list of complaints by volume, the District of Columbia was the per capita leader in consumer complaints, with 358 per 100,000 citizens.
A reduced fine against online lender CashCall for violating state interest rate caps would send the wrong message, according to a brief filed in a federal appeals court by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau entered into a consent decree with Bluestem Brands, Bluestem Enterprises and Bluestem Sales to resolve allegations of misdeeds on the part of the company.
A group of Senate Democrats has demanded an explanation from the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau about the vetting process for a now-controversial employee.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is seeking industry and consumer input on its sources of data and how data is used.
An inability to access the internet rather than proximity to a bank branch is a better indicator of credit invisibility, according to a report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.