CFPB

Chase reaches deal on passwords; Mnuchin on bank regulation

01/25/17

Bank customers will be able to check information on Mint, TurboTax and QuickBooks without sharing their JPM passwords; Treasury secretary nominee says regulation should account for bank "complexity and activity"

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Democratic AGs in 16 states ask to defend CFPB in key court case

01/24/17

Democratic attorneys general in 16 states and the District of Columbia have asked to defend the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in a controversial appeals court case citing an "urgent" need to protect its director, Richard Cordray, from being fired by President Donald J. Trump.

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CFPB's Cordray signals he has no intention of resigning

01/24/17

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Director Richard Cordray refused to comment on how he would respond if President Donald J. Trump asked for his resignation, but said the independence of the consumer watchdog agency was "worth fighting for."

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CFPB clearing decks with slew of lawsuits as Cordray battle looms

01/23/17

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is ramping up enforcement actions ahead of a possible political showdown between President Donald J. Trump and the agency’s director, Richard Cordray.

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CFPB orders Citi units to pay $28.8M for servicing flaws

01/23/17

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ordered two units of Citigroup to pay a combined $28.8 million for failing to help borrowers with foreclosure relief.

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Why Trump still faces an uphill climb to ease regulations

01/20/17

The financial services industry has high hopes that President Trump will usher in a new era of less regulation and economic growth. Here are challenges his administration will face.

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TCF tricked customers about overdraft opt-ins, CFPB suit alleges

01/19/17

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Thursday sued TCF National Bank for what the bureau said were deceptive and abusive practices in selling overdraft services.

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CFPB suit against Navient followed apparent 'ultimatum'

01/18/17

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and two states on Wednesday sued the nation's largest student loan servicer, Navient, for allegedly systematic failures in processing loan payments and failing to enroll borrowers in less expensive repayment plans.

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Spat between CFPB, GOP intensifies with auto lending report

01/18/17

A House Republican report, charging that Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray "may have broken the law" when the agency cracked down on auto lenders, appeared to escalate the GOP's clash with the agency.

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CFPB sues student loan giant Navient

01/18/17

Navient Corp. was sued by a U.S. regulator over allegations that the student loan giant "systematically" cheated borrowers.

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