Daily Digest – October 20. Getting to Know Kristen Rowles of CBE Companies; Appeals Court Rules CFPB’s Funding Structure Unconstitutional

GETTING TO KNOW KRISTEN ROWLES OF CBE COMPANIES

  • It’s no wonder that Kristen Rowles, who thrives in chaos and never shies away from difficult conversations, grew to become a leader and someone who helps make everyone around her better. Perhaps even more importantly, she taught her father about the benefits of working in the ARM industry. Read on to learn more about Kristen, why she would make a great TV judge or detective, and how she successfully protected herself and her dog from an aggressive deer.
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  • This series is sponsored by Applied Innovation.

APPEALS COURT RULES CFPB’S FUNDING STRUCTURE IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL

  • Congress did something it shouldn’t have when it ceded control of the CFPB’s budget to the Federal Reserve Board instead, an Appeals Court rules yesterday.
  • The ruling, which can be appealed to the Supreme Court, could throw a legal wrench into rule makings or enforcement actions by the Bureau.
  • More details here.

GROUP FILES PETITION WITH SUPREME COURT TO BLOCK STUDENT LOAN FORGIVENESS PROGRAM

  • A group fighting to block a plan to forgive student loan debt has submitted a petition to the Supreme Court seeking an emergency injunction after a website went live this week accepting applications for the program.
  • More details here.

THE TEA LEAVES THAT WILL IMPACT CONSUMERS’ ABILITY TO REPAY THEIR DEBTS

  • The post-pandemic party is over and consumers are already starting to feel the effects of a nasty financial hangover that could last well into 2023, according to a published report that analyzed a number of different economic reports.
  • More details here.

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