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CFPB settles with short-term lender for $1.3M over alleged deceptive practices
The Bureau announced a $1.3 million settlement with Cash Store, after claiming that the lender deceptively advertised loan specials, made excessive calls to consumers, and contacted third parties as...
Democratic leaders urge Mnuchin and Powell to ensure CARES oversight
House and Senate Democrats urge Mnuchin and Powell to protect the oversight authority under the CARES Act, in light of President Trump’s signing statement, which they believe undermines the...
Agencies clarify interaction of the CECL revised transition and CARES Act relief
The OCC, Fed and FDIC have issued a joint statement clarifying interaction of their CECL revised transition and the statutory relief afforded under the CARES Act.
Trump signs COVID-19 relief bill
The law provides emergency assistance and health care response for individuals, families, and businesses affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Banking agencies make further changes to capital rule to encourage lending to households and businesses
The banking agencies—Fed, FDIC, and OCC—have taken additional regulatory action to support lending to households and businesses.