Director Chopra delivered opening remarks to the Financial Literacy and Education Commission on July 14, 2022.
Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued an interpretive rule that describes states’ authorities to pursue lawbreaking companies and individuals that violate the provisions of federal consumer financial protection law. Because of the crucial role states play in protecting consumers, the Consumer Financial Protection Act grants their consumer protection enforcers the authority to protect their citizens and otherwise pursue lawbreakers.
Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection and Federal Housing Finance Agency Release National Survey of Mortgage Originations Dataset for Public Use
Details Borrowers’ Experiences Obtaining a Mortgage
The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (BCFP), working in collaboration with 11 financial regulators and related organizations, is announcing an initiative to create the Global Financial Innovation Network (GFIN).
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it is partnering with national and local organizations across the country to train social services staff to provide financial education and tools to clients with low-to-moderate incomes. As part of that partnership, the CFPB unveiled a new online toolkit called Your Money, Your Goals, a comprehensive guide to empowered financial decision-making that covers topics like budgeting daily expenses, managing debt, and avoiding financial tricks and traps.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Teams Up with Newark to Help Local Consumers with Questions or Complaints
With today’s pilot-program announcement, Newark residents who call 4311 with a question or complaint about consumer financial products or services will be transferred to the Bureau’s Consumer Response team.
CFPB and National Association of Attorneys General Presidential Initiative Working Group Release Joint Statement of Principles
The first step in forging a new partnership between federal and state officials to protect consumers of financial products and services.