The CFPB issued ten FAQs for industry that address the CARES Act’s credit reporting requirements and other COVID-19-related credit reporting issues.

Several of the FAQs discuss the Bureau’s Policy Statement issued in April 2020 concerning COVID-19 considerations relevant to how the Bureau will exercise its supervisory and enforcement authority regarding FCRA and Regulation V compliance,

The CFPB has proposed amendments to Regulation Z to address the discontinuation of the London Inter-Bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) that is currently used by many creditors as the index for calculating the interest rate on credit cards and other variable-rate consumer credit products.  In 2017, the United Kingdom’s Financial Conduct Authority, the regulator that oversees

The CFPB has issued a statement regarding its supervisory and enforcement practices in connection with the electronic provision of certain credit card disclosures during the pandemic that are required by Regulation Z to be provided in writing.

The Bureau discusses the use of E-Sign consent to provide disclosures electronically that pursuant to underlying law, such

The CFPB announced that it has entered into a consent order with Main Street Personal Finance, Inc. and two subsidiaries (Main Street), each a small-dollar lender, to settle the CFPB’s allegations that Main Street (1) violated the Truth in Lending Act and the CFPA’s UDAAP prohibition by underdisclosing the finance charge on auto-title loans entered

The CFPB and the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office have filed a lawsuit against a credit repair company and the company’s individual owner in federal district court in Massachusetts.  The complaint alleges that the defendants engaged in deceptive acts or practices in violation of Consumer Financial Protection Act (CFPA) and the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Law, deceptive

The CFPB has filed its first status report with the California federal district court as required by the Stipulated Settlement Agreement in the lawsuit filed against the Bureau in May 2019 alleging wrongful delay in adopting regulations to implement Section 1071 of the Dodd-Frank Act.

Section 1071 amended the ECOA to require financial institutions to

We look at why compliance with the compensation provisions remains a high risk area for the mortgage industry.  Discussion topics include how the Bureau identifies violations, litigation and enforcement liability, secondary market considerations, the Bureau’s increasing enforcement activity, and the areas likely to be revisited by the Bureau in proposed revisions to the compensation provisions.

In the aftermath of a statement from the CFPB and the four federal banking agencies encouraging small-dollar lending in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and guidance from the four federal banking agencies on “Interagency Lending Principles for Offering Responsible Small-Dollar Loans,” the CFPB has issued a “No-Action Letter (NAL) Template” for small-dollar loan

Comment period extension.  Yesterday, the CFPB announced a second 60-day extension of the comment period for its supplemental proposal that would require debt collectors to make specified disclosures when collecting time-barred debts.  The CFPB previously extended the initial May 4 comment deadline until June 5.  The new comment deadline is August 4, 2020.  The