The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it plans to issue an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR) later this year on consumer-authorized access to financial records.
CFPB Takes Action to Help Employers Develop Emergency Savings Programs to Boost Worker Financial Resilience
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it issued a Compliance Assistance Statement of Terms Template (CAST Template) under its Compliance Assistance Sandbox (CAS) Policy to Build Commonwealth, Inc (Commonwealth).
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will host joint, virtual Innovation Office Hours, July 29-30, as part of the American Consumer Financial Innovation Network.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) announced the Bureau’s first-ever Tech Sprint series to reduce regulatory burden and improve consumer understanding and engagement of financial services and products.
CFPB Takes Action to Help Struggling Homeowners Seeking Mitigation Efforts; Consumers Seeking Small-Dollar Loans
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it issued two No-Action Letter (NAL) Templates under its innovation policies.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Issues No-Action Letter to Facilitate Housing Counseling Services for Prospective Home Buyers
CFPB granted a no-action letter to Bank of America, N.A. regarding the bank’s funding arrangements with housing counseling agencies certified by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau), working in partnership with multiple state regulators, launched the American Consumer Financial Innovation Network (ACFIN), a network to enhance coordination among federal and state regulators to facilitate financial innovation.
First No-Action Letter Issued to HUD Housing Counseling Agencies
The Bureau is also tasked with the mission of facilitating innovation and access to financial products and services for consumers. To achieve this portion of our mission to protect consumers, the Bureau has been updating our innovation policies and engaging with a variety of stakeholders, as well as collaborating with other federal, state, and global regulators on these issues.
Thank you, Todd, for the kind introduction. And thank you to the staff of the Law and Economics Center for the invitation to speak today. I am honored to participate in an event organized by an institution recognized as having a rich and consequential intellectual tradition. I am also grateful to Chris Mufarrige for his invaluable assistance in helping prepare my remarks today.