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Examining the Defense Department’s Revised Military Lending Act

If you are in the auto finance business, you cannot possibly have missed the drama percolating around the Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) new interpretation of its own regulation’s purchase-money vehicle finance exclusion, which says transactions with GAP, credit insurance, or other credit-related ancillary products are not within said exclusion. Rather,Read More

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How Does Congress’s Action Impact the CFPB’s Ability to Prohibit Arbitration Clauses?

In a nail-biter of a session, the Senate voted late in the evening on Oct. 24, to invalidate the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s recently finalized arbitration rule. The vote on the joint resolution — which had passed the House earlier this year — was 51 to 50 with Vice PresidentRead More

CFPB Actions Expected to Slow Amid Leadership Change [PODCAST]

CFPB Actions Expected to Slow Amid Leadership Change [PODCAST]

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is not expected to be in a “holding pattern” in the long term, following the acting director leadership showdown, said Lucy Morris, partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Hudson Cook LLC. “I don’t think things will stop, but I do think there will beRead More

Mike Lavin, EVP and chief legal O=officer at Consumer Portfolio Services, joins
Robert Tennant, VP and general counsel at Veros Credit, for a panel discussion at the 2017 Auto Finance Summit.

4 Tips for Setting Up Your CMS for Compliance Success

LAS VEGAS — Compliance is a necessary but logy topic that all lenders and dealers must comply with, and having a proficient compliance management system (CMS) has — by virtue of its association with compliance — also become a de facto necessity. For Veros Credit, it took two years ofRead More

Is an Effort Afoot to Improve Repo Communications?

Is an Effort Afoot to Improve Repo Communications?

In the September issue of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Supervisory Highlights — in which CFPB supervision staff reports on issues they are seeing in the context of examinations — the staff addresses one of the more axiomatic and frustrating realities facing creditors — trying to retract a repossession order.Read More

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