Mick Mulvaney

Warren, Brown call on GAO to investigate CFPB's fair lending oversight


The two Democrats sent a letter “raising grave concerns about whether the bureau is fulfilling its statutory obligations.”


Led by Trump appointee, CFPB is back in the enforcement business


There were signs Kathy Kraninger would continue a rollback of consent orders and investigations, but many observers see an aggressive approach reminiscent of the Obama era.


Enforcement actions are still a tool in CFPB arsenal, Kraninger says


Public orders are an effective way to discourage violations of consumer protection law, the bureau's director said at a credit union conference.


CFPB names student loan servicing exec as ombudsman


Robert G. Cameron, a former official at the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency, will succeed Seth Frotman as the bureau's point person on student lending complaints.


CFPB chief’s equal-opportunity calendar


In her first four and a half months, Kathy Kraninger met with lawmakers more than twice as often as her predecessor, but her schedule demonstrates willingness to meet with industry and policy stakeholders from various camps.


CFPB commission goes from idea to afterthought


The industry continues to push for an overhaul of the bureau’s leadership structure, but both parties seem uninterested.


CFPB’s Kraninger digs in over halt to military lending exams


Kathy Kraninger, the bureau's director, is in a standoff with Democrats about her claim that the agency cannot supervise institutions under the Military Lending Act.


House passes bill to reverse CFPB policies under Trump administration


All Democrats supported the bill focused on the decisions of former acting CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney, while all Republicans opposed it.


CFPB's assistant enforcement chief resigns: Sources


Kristen Donoghue had been one of the agency's few remaining senior enforcement managers hired by former Director Richard Cordray.


Democrats grill CFPB official on payday rewrite


The official told lawmakers Thursday that the research underlying the bureau's 2017 payday rule proposal did not support strict underwriting requirements of small-dollar loans.