Mick Mulvaney

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

12/18/19

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

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

09/18/19

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.

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

09/09/19

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

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CFPB names student loan servicing exec as ombudsman

08/16/19

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.

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CFPB chief’s equal-opportunity calendar

06/17/19

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.

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CFPB commission goes from idea to afterthought

05/30/19

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

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

05/27/19

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.

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House passes bill to reverse CFPB policies under Trump administration

05/23/19

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

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CFPB's assistant enforcement chief resigns: Sources

05/20/19

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

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Democrats grill CFPB official on payday rewrite

05/16/19

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.

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