CFPB outlines auto finance plans

While the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau focused supervisory and enforcement activity last year on mortgage lending, small business lending and student loan servicing, it hasn’t forgotten about the auto finance industry, according to the agency’s 2018 Fair Lending Report to Congress. The CFPB intends to zero in on “whether there is discrimination in policies and […]
  • Joey Pizzolato
  • July 10, 2019
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State Regulators Step Up to Post-Cordray Era Challenge

Much has been reported on changes at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau after new leadership took the helm a little over a year ago. We have watched the evolution of the agency’s enforcement posture, the repeal of its 2013 indirect auto fair lending bulletin, and an overhaul to its rulemaking agenda. The auto finance industry […]
  • Kelly Lipinski
  • March 19, 2019
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Compliance Insider: Post-Election Musing

They say elections have consequences, and by all accounts, the 2018 midterms were definitely consequential. As of this writing, the Democrats have flipped 33 seats to take control of the House, effectively quashing President Donald Trump’s hopes of pushing through his legislative agenda. Republicans appear to have increased their Senate majority by two seats but […]
  • Michael Benoit
  • December 17, 2018
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