This notice proposes changes to the Remittance Rule to mitigate the expiration of an exception that allows insured institutions to estimate certain costs associated with sending a remittance transfer to increase the normal course of business safe harbor.
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The Bureau is seeking comment as part of its review of a 2009 overdraft rule consistent with section 610 of the Regulatory Flexibility Act.
The Bureau and the Federal Reserve Board are jointly proposing amendments to Regulation CC, which implements the Expedited Funds Availability Act, and are also providing an additional opportunity for public comment on certain amendments to Regulation CC that the Board proposed in 2011.
The Dodd-Frank Act provides for consumer rights to access financial account and account-related data in usable electronic form. The CFPB is seeking comments from the public about consumer access to such information, including access by entities acting with consumer permission, in connection with the provision of products or services that make use of that information.
The OCC, the Board and the Bureau are proposing to amend the official interpretations for their regulations that implement section 129H of the Truth in Lending Act. The proposal would memorialize the agencies’ calculation method for determining the annual adjustment of the dollar threshold for exempt small loan transactions in years following a year in which there is no annual percentage increase in the CPI-W.
Request for Information Regarding Scope, Methods, and Data Sources for Conducting Study of Pre-Dispute Arbitration Agreements
The Bureau requests specific suggestions from the public to help identify the appropriate scope of the Study, as well as appropriate methods and sources of data for conducting the Study. Based on the information received, the Bureau may consider soliciting further feedback.