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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

Compliance Insider: Time to Read the Tea Leaves Again

Compliance Insider: Time to Read the Tea Leaves Again

The looming reality of a Donald Trump administration surely has staffers at many agencies in a tizzy, fearing their work over the last eight years is about to be erased. That’s a bit extreme, but it’s human nature to think the worst is going to happen when politics takes anRead More

Compliance Insider: Is the CFPB Over?

Compliance Insider: Is the CFPB Over?

Judging by the direction of the stock market and the financial trade press, Nov. 9 brought great relief to business in general, and to financial services providers particularly. Conventional wisdom is that regulation will decrease, both in content and in fervor of enforcement. Some predict that the Consumer Financial ProtectionRead More

Compliance Insider: Due Process? Really?

Compliance Insider: Due Process? Really?

On Oct. 11, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit held that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s structure is unconstitutional. In PHH Corp. v. CFPB, the appellate court found that the director of the bureau “enjoys more unilateral authority than any other officer in any ofRead More

Compliance Insider: Nobody Likes a Bully

Compliance Insider: Nobody Likes a Bully

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is under increasing fire for its questionable fair lending enforcement activities, both in the media, and in the U.S. Congress. It’s about time that both groups started asking questions, and it’s time the American public started weighing in as well. There is much good theRead More