The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has sent a detailed letter, dated February 12, 2004, addressed to Director Cordray of the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) in which it expresses its disapproval of the CFPB’s approach of “regulation by enforcement settlement combined with issuance of brief guidance statements” in lieu of utilizing a formal rulemaking

The National Association of Automobile Dealers (NADA) issued a comprehensive manual in late January that includes detailed recommendations to dealers related to dealer reserve and fair lending compliance, in an attempt to assist members with compliance with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) bulletin addressing indirect auto lending and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA).

On Thursday, February 27, 2014, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) encouraged credit card companies to offer consumers their credit scores for free online and in monthly statements – a practice that several issuers have already begun in an effort to distinguish their products in the industry. The CFPB recently sent letters to the nation’s

 Credit and Collection News and Troutman Sanders’ Consumer Financial Services group present
“CFPB, State Regulators and Compliance”

Atlanta, GA
February 18-19, 2014

CCN and Troutman Sanders have created a seminar filled with rich and relevant content designed to meet the challenges of collecting in today’s economy, given the highly-regulated nature of the debt collection industry.

Most of the CFPB’s new mortgage rules take effect today, January 10, 2014. The CFPB has rejected congressional and financial industry’s repeated calls for a one-year mortgage regulation delay. However, Director Cordray expressed that, at least in the early days, the CFPB’s examiners will not be looking for compliance perfection but for a good faith

On December 23, 2013, a large credit card company was ordered by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and other federal agencies to pay $75 million in restitution and penalties based on allegations of a variety of illegal practices, including unfair billing and deceptive marketing of add-on products. The CFPB alleged that the company misled