Compliance

CFPB Finalizes Unavailing ‘No-Action’ Letter Policy

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today finalized a policy under which companies may request “no-action” letters indicating that bureau staff have “no present intention” to initiate enforcement or supervisory actions based on a particular product or aspect of a product.

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House Passes ABA-Backed Anti-‘Choke Point’ Bill

By a bipartisan 250-to-169 vote, the House today approved a bill that would end the Justice Department’s Operation Choke Point initiative, which sought to curtail disfavored businesses by working through regulators to pressure financial institutions to end customer relationships with these businesses.

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