The CFPB has issued a proposed rule to establish a system for the registration of nonbanks subject to CFPB supervision that use “certain terms or conditions that seek to waive consumer rights or other legal protections or limit the ability of consumers to enforce their rights.”  Arbitration provisions are among the terms that would trigger registration. … Continue Reading

On December 12, 2022, the CFPB released a proposed rule that would require certain “covered nonbanks” to register with and submit information to the CFPB when they become subject to certain  orders from local, state, or federal agencies and courts involving violations of certain consumer protection laws.  The CFPB has further proposed to make the registration information publicly available, including by publishing it on the Bureau’s website.… Continue Reading