Tag Archives: CFPB

CFPB Issues Final Rule on Role of Supervisory Guidance


The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau yesterday released a final rule on the role of supervisory guidance, which clarifies the differences between regulations — which have the full force and effect of law — and guidance — which does not. A copy of the final rule can be accessed by clicking …

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Consumers Living in Low-Income Neighborhoods Less Likely to Receive Financial Restitution When Complaining to CFPB: Study

During the past four years, coincidentally linked with the start of the Trump administration, complaints filed by individuals with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that were resolved with the consumer receiving some form of financial restitution declined in neighborhoods where the majority of residents were minorities, according to a research …

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Chopra to be Nominated to Replace Kraninger at CFPB: Reports

Rohit Chopra is going to be nominated by President-elect Joe Biden to replace Kathleen Kraninger as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, according to a number of reports citing anonymous sources. Chopra is currently a commissioner with the Federal Trade Commission and formerly worked at the CFPB as …

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Compliance Digest – January 18

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