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8 03, 2024

Al031124

2024-03-08T16:55:35-05:00March 8th, 2024|3- This Week|

Strike-Force Attack

As noted last week, the White House has announced a new “strike force” aimed at the price-gouging and “junk” fees it sees far and wide across the U.S. economy, including when it comes to financial services.  Expect to hear more of this not only on the campaign trail (where Donald Trump may side more or less with the White House) as well as in the near term from the CFTB, DOJ, FTC, and even the OCC and FDIC despite their status as independent agencies.

Al031124.pdf

13 10, 2023

CONSUMER52

2023-10-13T11:55:47-04:00October 13th, 2023|1- Financial Services Management|

Account-Information Access

Using its advisory process to issue guidance that may lead to enforcement actions, the Bureau has for the first time set standards for the obligations of large banks and credit unions to respond to certain consumer inquiries.  Going forward, virtually all requests specific to a consumer’s deposit or loan account within an IDI or credit union over $10 billion in assets will require a prompt, complete response without additional fees or any other obstacles the Bureau could deem a violation.  No specific standards are set for criteria such as timeliness, making it a matter of subjective CFPB judgment that could lead to uneven enforcement and/or use of information-related penalties in the context of other Bureau actions, including those designed to penalize “repeat offenders.”

CONSUMER52.pdf

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