CFPB poised to reinstate tough stance on payday lenders


A recent statement by acting Director Dave Uejio is the clearest signal that the agency plans to revive strong underwriting standards that the Trump administration eliminated.



CFPB rescinds Trump-era policy defining 'abusive' conduct


The agency's new leadership, which has already unwound numerous actions from the prior administration, said the January 2020 guidance implementing criteria for punishing firms that mistreat customers was “inconsistent with the bureau’s duty to enforce Congress’s standard.”


Biden's CFPB nominee puts loan servicers, credit bureaus on notice


Rohit Chopra, President Biden's pick to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, told a Senate panel he would do more to protect veterans from foreclosure, empower consumers to dispute data on their credit records and crack down on student-loan servicers who aren't helping troubled borrowers.