Trend Results : Consumer Financial Protection Bureau


Blog Post Results (1-20 of 1690)

FILTER RESULTS

Credit bureau Experian fined $3 million over misleading credit scores

Credit bureau Experian will pay a $3-million fine to settle a federal regulator’s claims that the firm sold credit scores that were of little or no use to consumers. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced the fine and settlement Thursday. The CFPB’s allegations against Experian are...

Editorial: Mr. Trump Goes After Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

The bureau has been doing what the president pledged to do in his campaign: protecting Americans from a system that has “robbed our working class.”

DOJ Enters the Fray...Against the CFPB

There’s another installment in the ongoing saga of PHH v. CFPB, the legal case challenging the constitutionality of the newest federal agency, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. And this installment is a weird one. The Department of Justice has now joined in, filing a brief…against the CFPB. Show More Summary

Why Trump wants power to remove director of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

last weekHumor / odd : The Sideshow

On Friday, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed an amicus brief in an appeal of a case involving the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a consumer watchdog, and the PHH Corp. mortgage company. In its brief, the DOJ sided with...Show More Summary

Trump Administration Files Motion Aimed At Controlling Consumer Protection Agency

last weekNews : The Two-Way

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is in the executive branch, but the president doesn't control it, which he says is unconstitutional. Agency supporters say independence is its strength.

Give President Free Rein to Fire Consumer Board Chief, Justice Dept. Argues

In a legal brief filed on Friday, Justice Department lawyers stopped short of calling for abolishing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, but said its structure was unconstitutional.

Justice Department tells court that Trump should be able to fire consumer watchdog

The Justice Department told a federal court on Friday that President Trump should be able to fire the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, arguing the structure of the controversial independent watchdog is unconstitutional. The brief, filed in a case in which a New Jersey mortgage...

New Bill Seeks to Create Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Inspector General

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) was the brainchild of Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). It was designed to be an autonomous bureau, outside the gazing eyes of Congress in terms of oversight. The post New Bill Seeks to Create Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Inspector General was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

CFPB orders Nationstar to pay $1.75M for inaccurate loan data

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is ordering Nationstar, owner of real estate platform Xome, to pay a $1.7 million civil penalty for failure to report accurate data on its loan transactions between 2012 and 2014, in violation of the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA)...

How to avoid paying too much for your student loan

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau warns to pay close attention to their personal information on record with student loan servicers.        

Mysterious company is unmasked — and it's no friend of California consumers

It was an unusual lawsuit. A mysterious business, identifying itself only as “John Doe Company” and “organized under the laws of the State of California,” sued the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in January to keep its name and a pending investigation under wraps. The company claimed in the...

Please Stop the Tyranny

While the newest federal agency, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), has been controversial for many reasons, its most troubling feature may simply be its unconstitutional structure.  Its sole director reports to no oneShow More Summary

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Past, Present, And Future

Co-authored by Larry Kirsch, Managing Director, IMR Health Economics In the wake of the recent election, the mind-boggling possibility of a return to the pre-crisis world of 2008 is now a real threat. That is precisely what would happen...Show More Summary

In Trump's Sights: Dismantling Equality in Lending

Protecting Dodd-Frank and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau isn't as sexy as saving Obamacare and marriage equality, but it's nearly as imperative.

White Collar Watch: Signs of a Step Back in Financial Regulatory Enforcement

The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are the targets of efforts to change how they enforce the law.

The Road to Cordray's Removal Just Got Longer

The plot thickens in the ongoing battle for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the controversial agency created in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.  Yesterday, a federal appeals court decided it would grant rehearing of last year’s case, PHH v. Show More Summary

Consumer Agency Can Demand Answers About Foreclosed Homes, Judge Rules

The ruling states that one of the largest providers of seller-financed homes must comply with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. These types of sales have ballooned in poorer neighborhoods.

Court agrees to reconsider constitutionality of consumer agency's structure

A federal appeals court Thursday agreed to reconsider its previous ruling that deemed the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's operational structure unconstitutional.        

Consumer Watchdog In Trump's Crosshairs Gets A Chance To Keep Fighting

last monthNews : Huffington Post

A federal appeals court agreed Thursday to reconsider a decision that found the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to be unconstitutional. It’s a reprieve of sorts for the watchdog agency created in the aftermath of the Wall Street financial crisis and now in the crosshairs of the Trump administration. The full U.S. Show More Summary

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau chief scores reprieve in quest to keep job

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau chief Richard Cordray won a reprieve Thursday in his effort to keep his job and retain his agency’s independence. A federal appeals court said it would reconsider its earlier ruling that would have increased the president's authority over the consumer watchdog...

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC