The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is taking regulatory concerns about checking account overdraft fees to the next level.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will convene a Small Business Review Panel to monitor the effects that the new mortgage disclosure form will have on small mortgage lending firms.
In a new publication Dodd-Frank and Community Banks: Your Guide to 12 Critical Issues, the American Bankers Association covers key areas such as capital, housing (QM and QRM), interchange, preemption and more.
CFPB opened a rule for comment that would define which debt collector and consumer reporting companies it will regulate.
The CFPB’s next area of focus looks to be checking accounts.
Richard Cordray, the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau testified before the U.S. House Committee on Financial Services subcommittee on oversight and investigations Feb. 15 about the CFPB’s proposed budget.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is busy drafting a new model form for mortgages: the monthly statement that borrowers receive with the details of their loans.
A House subcommittee hearing on Feb. 8 gave the banking industry a chance to comment on three bills that would make changes to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The CFPB has lengthened the time allotted for a company to respond to a consumer complaint.
Community banks and other financial service providers that offer remittance transfers will be subject to new rules under Regulation E, the Electronic Funds Transfer Act, which go into effect in January 2013.