On Eve of Anniversary, Treasury’s Lew Defends Dodd-Frank Act

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Monday that the Obama Administration will continue to defend the Dodd-Frank Act amid Republican efforts to water down the law, even as one of its namesakes suggested changes to it may be necessary. News

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Cordray Catches Heat Over Data Collection

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's massive collection of consumer data continued to raise concerns with lawmakers on Wednesday despite assurances from the agency's director that the data is anonymized. News

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Bring the Home Loan Banks’ Housing Program into the 21st Century

Some housing professionals have grown reluctant to participate in the Federal Home Loan Banks' Affordable Housing Program, objecting to burdensome requirements and rules that are inconsistent with other funding sources. It's time for the Federal Housing Finance Agency to make some updates. News

By |2015-07-21T00:12:06-05:00July 21st, 2015|News|Comments Off on Bring the Home Loan Banks’ Housing Program into the 21st Century

Can the Credit Bureaus Finally Be Tamed?

Nearly 25 years after a landmark deal and two subsequent legislative overhauls, glitches in the credit reporting system remain widespread. But while regulators and law enforcement officials are again raising the stakes for the credit reporting industry, critics fear it may not be enough. News

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Here’s Why CFPB Had to Delay the TRID Deadline

It turns out the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's failure to file a two-page form to Congress on time was the unspecified "administrative error" that delayed the effective date for new mortgage disclosure rules. News

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