The CFPB, Fed, and OCC have published notices in the Federal Register announcing that they are increasing three exemption thresholds that are subject to annual inflation adjustments.  Effective January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018, these exemption thresholds are increased as follows:

Last month, a bipartisan group of 70 Senators were signatories to a letter sent to Director Cordray urging the CFPB to “carefully tailor its regulations to match the unique nature of community banks and credit unions.”  In their letter, the Senators referenced Dodd Frank Section 1022(b)(3)(A) which allows the CFPB to create exemptions from its

The CFPB has announced annual adjustments to two asset-size exemption thresholds.  First, the CFPB is making no change to the asset-size exemption threshold under HMDA/Regulation C which is currently set at $44 million.  Banks, savings associations, and credit unions with assets at or below $44 million as of December 31, 2015 will continue to be

The CFPB has published notices in the Federal Register announcing that it is making no change to three exemption thresholds that are subject to annual inflation adjustments.  Effective January 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016, these exemption thresholds remain as follows:

  • Smaller loans exempt from the appraisal requirement for “higher priced mortgage loans,” $25,500
  • Consumer

Adjustments to two asset-size exemption thresholds were published by the CFPB in today’s Federal Register.  First, the CFPB has increased the asset-size exemption threshold under HMDA/Regulation C which is currently set at $43 million.  Banks, savings associations, and credit unions with assets at or below $44 million as of December 31, 2014 are exempt from

On November 16, the CFPB adopted a temporary exemption for certain mortgage disclosure requirements added by the Dodd-Frank Act to allow the disclosures to be implemented along with the proposal to integrate the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and Truth in Lending Act disclosures.  Without the temporary exemption, industry would have been required to begin