ITT settles CFPB suit

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has settled its suit against ITT Educational Services, Inc. The suit alleged that ITT engaged in unfair and abusive practices in connection with its private loan program in violation of the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010.

CFPB settles with N.Y. debt collection group

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed proposed settlements with debt collectors Douglas MacKinnon, Northern Resolution Group, LLC, Enhanced Acquisitions, LLC, Delray Capital, LLC, and Mark Gray, all based in Buffalo, N.Y.

CFPB seeks input on mortgage rule set to lapse

Last week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking relating to the impending expiration of a mortgage rule that affects two large American guarantors.

CFPB issues report on elder abuse

Earlier this month, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued an advisory to banks and lending institutions regarding the reporting of financial exploitation of older consumers.

CFPB discusses alternative credit scoring

The report summarizes the bureau’s 2018 efforts to ensure “fair, equitable, and nondiscriminatory access to credit for both individuals and communities” as mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act.

CFPB settles with Freedom Debt Relief

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has settled its lawsuit against Freedom Debt Relief over violations of the Telemarketing Sales Rule and the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010.

CFPB symposium: How to implement UDAAP?

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently held the first of a series of planned symposia on various regulatory themes, including a panel on how to practically implement the abusive standard.

UDAAP symposium: What does ‘abusive’ mean?

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau this week held the first of a series of planned symposia on various regulatory themes. The first topic addressed was “unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices”. 

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