Later this week, on March 1, the CFPB’s final rule defining larger participants of the student loan servicer market becomes effective.
We expect the CFPB to immediately begin examining entities that qualify as larger...more
The CFPB released its student loan ombudsman report analyzing complaints that the CFPB received from private student loan borrowers. In its second annual review of student loan practices, the CFPB reported that lenders make...more
The CFPB announced that it is soliciting information from private student loan servicers on the options available to borrowers seeking to make extra payments on their student loans. Specifically, the CFPB is seeking input...more
The CFPB recently sent a letter to private student loan servicers asking them for information about their practices for handling extra payments from borrowers (i.e., payments in excess of the minimum amount due). This past...more
On November 7, the CFPB announced it reached a settlement with a mortgage company and two of its executives accused of using compensation to incentivize loan officers to steer consumers into costlier mortgages. The proposed...more
In remarks to the National Council of Higher Education Loan Resource’s “2013 Knowledge Symposium” held this week in St. Pete Beach, Florida, Rohit Chopra, the CFPB’s Student Loan Ombudsman, indicated that the CFPB’s final...more
Director Cordray’s prepared remarks for yesterday’s meeting of the CFPB Consumer Advisory Board contained some particularly ominous signs for student and payday lenders.
February 11, the CFPB issued a bulletin advising mortgage companies about their legal obligations that protect consumers during loan transfers between mortgage servicers....more
On February 11, the CFPB issued Bulletin 2013-01 to address concerns about “potential risks to consumers” posed by the increased number and size of recent servicing transfers between financial institutions. ...more
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