A federal appellate court last week extended the compliance date of the CFPB’s 2017 payday…
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A federal district court on Tuesday denied payday lenders’ challenge to the CFPB’s 2017 small-dollar lending rule.
A coalition of financial trade groups including ABA today urged Senate Banking Committee members to reject any legislative proposal that would impose a national fee and interest rate cap of 36%, noting that such a cap would create barriers to credit access for consumers.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Task Force on Federal Consumer Financial law today issued an…
After a long career as a commercial banker in St. Louis, more than a decade ago Alex Fennoy joined Midwest BankCentre. He helped transform the community bank into one that has won awards—including a 2019 ABA Foundation Community Commitment Award—for its responsiveness to local needs.
The ABA Foundation’s 2020 George Bailey Distinguished Service Award co-winners put the spotlight on the industry’s financial inclusion efforts.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today issued a long-awaited final rule removing the prescriptive underwriting provisions from its 2017 small-dollar lending rule.
To help financial service providers assist struggling borrowers during the coronavirus pandemic, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau toady issued two no-action letter templates that are intended to help institutions make their own NAL applications for certain consumer financial products and services, as allowed under the CFPB’s innovation policy.
To encourage banks and other depository institutions to engage in responsible small-dollar lending, federal financial regulators today issued long-awaited joint guidance for offering these types of loans to consumers and small businesses.
The federal financial regulators today issued a joint statement urging financial institutions to offer “responsible small-dollar loans to both consumers and small businesses.”