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CFPB provides flexibility and clarity to mortgage lenders on collecting information
In order to provide greater clarity for mortgage lenders regarding their obligations in collecting consumer ethnicity and race information, while promoting compliance with rules intended to ensure con...
New York proposes registration, reporting, and cybersecurity requirements for credit reporting agencies
In response to the Equifax data security breach, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has directed the state’s Department of Financial Services to issue a proposed rule that would require credit re...
Student loan securitizer, collection contractor agree to $21.5 million settlement
National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts and its debt collection contractor, Transworld Systems, Inc., have agreed to pay more than $21.5 million to settle Consumer Financial Protection Bureau charges ...
Congress looks for hearings, documents on Equifax data breach
Democrats and Republicans from both the House of Representatives and the Senate are calling for investigations into the massive data breach revealed by Equifax, and proposed legislation is introduced ...
Attorney, structured settlement buyers fend off most of CFPB suit
Three related companies that bought structured settlements from consumers, three individuals who controlled the companies, and an associated attorney have convinced a U.S. district judge to dismiss fo...