...review — third party vendor relationships. With the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) aggressively reviewing these relationships for "unfair, deceptive or abusive acts or practices...
...Protection Bureau. And that, in turn, throws a cloud over whether the CFPB's new rules for financial institutions to protect home buyers from risky...
Targeting scam artists offering bogus legal services to distressed homeowners, the Federal Trade Commission on October 9 announced three suits against mortgage relief operations that allegedly victim
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Despite budget cuts, economic woes, and nonstop political wrangling -- and often because of all that -- government personnel continue to churn out a torrent of messages on Twitter
...The former general counsel of Sprint Nextel Corp., Kennedy joined the CFPB, which opened its doors on July 21, in late January. Since then...
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