The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today updated its rulemaking agenda for 2017.
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Members of the Federal Reserve’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council — which includes several ABA member bank CEOs — raised concerns over the uncertain regulatory environment for innovation and bank-fintech partnerships and over growing regulations that directly harm the customer experience, according to minutes of the CDIAC’s last meeting released by the Fed.
In a joint comment letter with the Consumer Bankers Association yesterday, ABA responded to a proposal by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to amend the TILA-RESPA integrated disclosure rule.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau yesterday issued an updated small entity compliance guide to the TILA-RESPA integrated disclosures.
The Federal Reserve and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors today released an annual survey of the nation’s community banks, which provides a comprehensive overview of the key issues and challenges facing banks with less than $10 billion in assets.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today proposed certain changes to the TILA-RESPA integrated disclosures, including some advocated by ABA to improve the ability of lenders to comply with TRID and avoid unnecessary constrictions of mortgage credit.
Earlier this month, the Rural Housing Service amended the regulations surrounding its Single Family Housing Guaranteed Loan program.
In a letter to the heads of banking and mortgage trade associations today, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Corday said the the bureau’s plans to fast-track a notice of proposed rulemaking on the TILA-RESPA integrated disclosures after extensive calls for further guidance by ABA and other industry groups. Cordray added that the bureau also plans to hold meetings with the associations in advance of the rulemaking to further discuss the rule.
Members of the Federal Reserve’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council — which includes several ABA member bank CEOs — raised concerns over the difficult regulatory landscape facing community banks in a recent meeting, according to minutes released by the Fed.
The percentage of Qualified Mortgages originated by banks declined in 2015, falling to 86 percent from 90 percent in 2014, according to ABA’s latest Residential Real Estate Survey released today as the association kicks off its annual Real Estate Lending Conference in San Antonio.