CFPB goes after loan originator

The move is drawing industry scrutiny because the order targets an individual rather than a company, as well as for its broad interpretation of RESPA.

A closer look at the CFPB civil investigative demand

Although subpoenas, hearings and litigation are familiar terms, the concept of a “civil investigative demand” is not. Considering the CFPB’s increasing use of CID, the concept is worth a closer look.

CFPB as political launching pad?

With Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton poised to choose her November running mate, the past two weeks have seen both the founding force and the current Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau mentioned as possibilities.

Another bank settles with CFPB and DOJ

BancorpSouth, announced this week that it has entered into a consent order with the Department of Justice and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau pursuant to alleged violations of the Fair Housing Act and Equal Credit Opportunity Act.

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