Today is the 10th anniversary of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The CFPB is proud to celebrate 10 years of protecting consumers, and looks forward to the next decade.
As Acting Director, my top priorities are to take bold and swift action to address issues of pervasive racial injustice and the long-term economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on consumers.
The CFPB was born out of the 2008 financial crisis to protect the economically vulnerable. During COVID-19 and the resulting economic crisis, we’re doubling down on that commitment. Learn how the CFPB is using our tools to protect consumers facing housing insecurity.
The CFPB will use the authority provided by Congress to address consumer harms in the small dollar lending market. The CFPB will do so through vigorous market monitoring, supervision, enforcement, and, if appropriate, rulemaking.
A new CFPB report shows more than 11 million renters and homeowners are behind on their housing payments. Communities of color are disproportionately vulnerable to housing insecurity. Here's what we’re doing to prevent harm to vulnerable consumers.
In 2020, the CFPB issued new rules to help ensure borrowers can afford the mortgages they take on. To ensure consumers have the options they need, the CFPB will extend the mandatory compliance deadline for the Qualified Mortgage rules until July 1, 2021.
Moving forward, the Division of Consumer Education and External Affairs should redouble its efforts to ensure the Bureau engages all consumers who are economically suffering.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is proud to launch an effort to recruit attorneys at all experience levels to join our team.
The Bureau is working hard to address housing insecurity, promote racial equity, and protect small businesses’ access to credit
In furtherance of our mission, I have directed the Division of Research, Markets, and Regulations (RMR) to take some immediate actions, and I want to share my directions publicly.
The Bureau is taking much-needed action to protect consumers, particularly the most economically vulnerable
Last week, I was honored to have been appointed Acting Director of the CFPB by the President. Having joined the Bureau in 2011, I have seen firsthand the impact of the Bureau’s mission and the incredible work being done by its staff. I know that the Bureau’s staff shares my devotion to the Bureau’s mission, and I look forward to serving in this latest capacity.
I am pleased to announce that the Bureau has published the “Statement Regarding the Provision of Financial Products and Services to Consumers with Limited English Proficiency.” The Statement provides principles and guidelines to inform and assist financial institutions seeking to better serve LEP consumers in non-English languages.
CFPB’s clear rules of the road for debt collector communications lead to stronger consumer rights
We are finally leaving 1977 behind and developing a debt collection system that works for consumers and industry in the modern world.
The CFPB is taking steps to help create real and sustainable changes in our financial system so that African Americans and other minorities have equal opportunities to build wealth and close the economic divide.
Many Americans continue to face economic challenges during these uncertain times. As Consumer Financial Protection Week comes to a close, the CFPB continues to be here for you with resources to explain your rights, options and protections during the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite the changes in operations brought by the pandemic and stay-at-home orders, we are on the job fielding on average 30,000 complaints a month.