Post Tagged with: "CFPB"

Why Regulators Are Keeping a Close Watch on Dealers

Why Regulators Are Keeping a Close Watch on Dealers

Dealers are faced with an assortment of issues today when it comes to the red-tape of compliance. From the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to the Department of Justice and state attorneys general, they are all keeping a close watch on dealer business practices. But some issues, more than others, areRead More

The Cynic’s View on the CFPB Arbitration Rule

The Cynic’s View on the CFPB Arbitration Rule

On July 10, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued the final version of its arbitration rule banning consumer financial services providers from enforcing federal or state court class-action waivers in pre-dispute arbitration agreements. The rule — which takes effect Sept. 19 and with which compliance will be required in MarchRead More

Not All Compliance Management Systems Are Created Equal

Not All Compliance Management Systems Are Created Equal

While the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau continues to expand into various business lines and increase the number of industries they supervise and hold enforcement power over, the FDIC, FED, and various state regulators have all incorporated the CFPB’s hyper focus on consumer risk into their supervision duties. As such, regulatoryRead More

Choice … or No Choice?

Choice … or No Choice?

How’s that Dodd-Frank reform — the Financial Choice Act — coming along? Unless you’ve been under a rock for the last month, you’ll have noticed that things are not going so well for the Trump administration, and by extension, Republicans in the House and Senate. Between the Russia investigation, the FBI director’sRead More

Colin Hector, attorney for the division of financial practices at the FTC, and Calvin Hagins, deputy assistant director for originations at the CFPB, discuss auto regulation on a panel moderated by John Redding, partner at Buckley Sandler LLP.

CFPB’s Deputy Assistant Offers Insights Into Examinations [VIDEO]

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau exams are typically dreaded across the industry, but Calvin Hagins, the Bureau’s deputy assistant director for originations, said lenders “should look forward to them,” during a panel discussion at the 2017 Auto Finance Risk & Compliance Summit. The exams are an opportunity for the CFPB to learnRead More

6 Practical Tips for Compliance Management

6 Practical Tips for Compliance Management

Whether an auto lender has 100 compliance staffers or one, an effective compliance management system should be at the top of the priority list, said Richard Miller, chief compliance officer at Hyundai Capital America, in a session at the Auto Finance Risk & Compliance Summit last month. In a nutshell,Read More

Compliance Insider: Choice 2.0 … Again

Compliance Insider: Choice 2.0 … Again

The House Financial Services Committee’s (HFSC) worked on the Financial Choice Act (“Choice Act 2.0”) in April, based on an earlier version from the last Congress (Choice Act 1.0). As often is the case in Washington, what is true today may not be tomorrow, and the landscape for financial reformRead More