A federal District Court judge in Nevada has dismissed a case filed by several trade associations against the Commissioner of the Financial Institutions Division (“FID”) of the Nevada Department of Business and Industry and the Nevada Attorney General. The case was brought in response to a 2019 amendment (SB 311) that changed Nevada law to

The CFPB has issued a new report, “Data Point: Becoming Credit Visible,” that discusses how consumers transitioned out of “credit invisibility” and how such transitions differed across consumers of different ages and across neighborhood income levels.  For purposes of the report, the CFPB uses a definition of “credit invisibility” that includes only consumers

In May 2015, the CFPB issued a report, “Data Point: Credit Invisibles,” that documented the results of a research project undertaken by the CFPB to better understand the demographic characteristics of consumers without traditional credit reports or credit scores.  The report concluded that the current credit reporting system is precluding certain populations from