Browsing: CFPB reform

Legal

The American Bankers Association and six other trade groups on Tuesday asked a federal court in Texas to grant summary judgment in their lawsuit against the CFPB for exceeding its legal authority when it expanded the definition of “unfairness” to encompass discrimination in the UDAAP exam manual earlier this year.

Newsbytes

The American Bankers Association today joined a coalition of financial services trade associations in a follow-up letter to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau regarding a recent request for comment on proposed revisions to an existing information collection on credit card terms for consumer and college credit card agreements.

Newsbytes

ABA and six other trade groups today sued the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Director Rohit Chopra for exceeding the agency’s legal authority in a March update to the UDAAP exam manual, in which the bureau expanded the statutory definition of “unfairness” to encompass discrimination.

Newsbytes

The American Bankers Association joined the Consumer Bankers Association and Bank Policy Institute in asserting that banks provide superior customer service through a variety of channels and tools—including branches, online, mobile applications and telephone—in a comment letter submitted today.

1 2 3 10