CFPB turns its reg relief focus to HMDA

The remaining regulatory actions include industry-friendly moves, such as relief under the HMDA. (or regulations, if applicable), it is possible that an agency could simply attempt to return to its.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (the Bureau or CFPB) is the nation’s first Federal agency dedicated to making financial markets work better for consumers and.

Weakening the CFPB, as its acting director has proposed, would only turn back. The focus of these consumer rights should be on large companies in consolidating industries, not on small businesses,

February’s foreclosure inventory fell to lowest rate since 1999 A recent pickup in foreclosure activity. would soften a worsening inventory crunch. The number of existing homes for sale fell to 1.74 million in January, down 57% from the peak in 2007 and the.

WASHINGTON Call it the Sheila Bair Small Bank Regulatory Relief Act of 2015. Still, the CFPB has significant powers now to carve out small banks from new regulations, such as its mortgage.

During that time, he’ll analyze current regulations and their effect on the economy. The Republican party, on the other hand, approved its 2016. a major focus. The candidates’ refusal to talk about.

said the main focus for credit unions on Capitol Hill should be to continue bringing attention to regulatory relief. of the areas that the CFPB is proposing to issue new rules as well. At some.

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The CFPB’s main focus has. feels it is not its place to decide such issues, and any resolution should come from Congress or the courts. Lamphere: It will need to but probably won’t do so, at least.

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 · CFPB Proposes to Raise HMDA Reporting Thresholds The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today issued a proposal to provide relief for smaller institutions from the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data collection and reporting requirements.

In its proposed rule, the CFPB states that “[b]ecause quantifying and monetizing benefits of HMDA to consumers would require identifying all possible uses of HMDA data, establishing causal links to the resulting public benefits, and then quantifying the magnitude of these benefits, the Bureau mostly presented qualitative analyses regarding HMDA benefits in the 2015 HMDA Rule . . . Similarly for the.

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