News stories tagged CFPB

BRIEFLY: NCUA Board sets Nov. 19 meeting agenda; FL gains a state charter; Fed nominees to get vote; Payment reporting grew for mortgages, fell for credit cards, CFPB report finds

(Nov. 13, 2020) The NCUA Board has scheduled a 2020 budget update and reprogramming, as well as an item on the agency’s rules and regulations, “Capitalization of Interest” as agenda items...

Summary highlights supervisory guidance proposal

(Nov. 13, 2020) NASCUS has posted a new summary of a proposal by federal financial institution regulators – including NCUA and CFPB – aimed at clarifying and codifying the role...

CU, other bureau advisory groups schedule meetings

(Nov. 6, 2020) The CFPB’s Credit Union Advisory Council (CUAC), along with the Consumer Advisory Board (CAB) and the Community Bank Advisory Council (CBAC), are scheduled to meet in a...

Agency sets two webinars in coming weeks

(Nov. 6, 2020) Two webinars – one on fair lending and consumer compliance and another on financial literacy and consumer financial protection for servicemembers – are on the horizon for...

Final debt collection communications rule issued

(Nov. 6, 2020) A final rule focusing on communications between consumers and debt collectors under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was released late last week by the CFPB,...

BUSY CFPB: Issues chart of HMDA data to be collected …

A reference tool for HMDA data required to be collected and recorded in 2021 and reported in 2022 was published by CFPB late last week and is intended to help...

BUSY CFPB: Begins rulemaking on financial records access …

Information from the public on the best way to go about developing a rule on consumer access to financial records is being sought by CFPB in an advance notice of...

BUSY CFPB: Extends ‘GSE patch’ until new QM rule finalized

The “government-sponsored enterprise” (GSE) patch – which gives mortgages guaranteed by Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae “qualified mortgage” (QM) status – will be extended until a final rule is approved...

NASCUS members join CFPB Credit Union Advisory Council

CFPB Director Kathy Kraninger  announced the appointment of members to the Credit Union Advisory Council (CUAC). Among the appointees are NASCUS members Teresa Campbell, President & CEO, San Diego County Credit Union and Brian Holst, General Counsel, Elevations Credit Union.

CFPB to Host Symposium on Behavioral Economics

The CFPB will host a symposium on Behavioral Economics. The session will feature remarks from CFPB Director Kathleen Kraninger and Deputy Director Brian Johnson.