Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
CFPB Proposes Limits on Debt Collection Calls
The bureau's rule-making proposal could unleash “a battle over the [collection] industry’s tactics and consumers’ rights."
Wells Fargo Warns of Possible $1B Settlement
The scandal-plagued bank posts better-than-expected Q1 earnings but a possible deal with regulators could reduce profit by about 20%.
CFPB Said to Be Icing Probe of Equifax Breach
Failing to investigate the massive data breach would put “145 million Americans at risk [and] is malpractice,” says a top Democrat in the Senate.
Deregulation Push Targets Payday Loan Rules
Rep. Maxine Waters says Republicans are seeking to give "payday loan sharks a reprieve at the expense of hardworking Americans."
Dodd-Frank Is Needed But Merits Revision
While preventing another financial crisis is paramount, there were a number of unintended consequences of the law.
Many Parts of Dodd-Frank Should Be Repealed
The law was about micromanaging financial services rather than facilitating capital markets.
Future Uncertain for GOP’s Dodd-Frank Reform
The Financial Choice Act passed the House on a party-line vote but “there is zero chance that [it] survives” in its current form in the Senate.
Regulators Target Banks’ Cybersecurity Policies
A draft proposal by three agencies seeks to boost cyber defenses and reduce the impact on the financial system of an attack.
Court Finds Structure of CFPB Unconstitutional
Critics of the consumer protection agency welcomed the decision but the D.C. Circuit stopped short of shutting it down.
Regulator Seeks Tougher Rules on Debt Collectors
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says its proposal would "drastically overhaul the debt collection market."
Dwolla Fined $100K Over Lack of Data Security
A first-of-its-kind action by the CFPB finds the payment network provider's security practices "fell far short" of its claims.