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February 1, 2017 | Consumer Credit Wire
This week’s Consumer Credit Wire is a look at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the way ideology and partisanship guide its operations and decision-making. In a recent National Review piece, former CFPB enforcement attorney Ron Rubin wrote firsthand about the partisan bent that pervades the Bureau. ...
January 13, 2017 | Press Releases
On January 11, 2017, six new plaintiffs joined Advance America in asking the Court for emergency relief from unlawful regulatory actions ...
January 12, 2017 | Consumer Credit Wire
As we enter a New Year, the CFPB continues to deliberate its deeply flawed proposed rule to regulate short-term lending that will deny millions of Americans access to credit. Last fall, more than one million of these consumers spoke out against the rule during the public comment period and recounted their personal stories about short-term credit helping them....
January 9, 2017 | Research & Surveys
Policis, a London based think-tank focused on evidencebased policy making, explores the research questions of whether or not regulators achieve ...
January 4, 2017 | Consumer Credit Wire
CFSA's Conference & Expo is the industry’s largest gathering of short-term credit lenders and service providers, and will be held April 16-19 in Miami, Florida. Register now...
November 28, 2016 | Press Releases
Last Wednesday, November 23, the Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA) and Advance America filed an emergency
November 16, 2016 | Consumer Credit Wire
On November 8, the American people voted to elect a president they viewed as a Washington outsider who would change a federal system run by an entrenched political class. The results of this election are the most tangible example of what the short-term lending industry has been saying for years: Washington elites are out of touch with the financial realities of hard-working Americans....
October 18, 2016 | Relevant News
A plan to rein in high-cost loans has generated an estimated 1.4 million comments, in what may be a record for any federal rulemaking, as payday lenders pushed back against public opinion and the CFPB with surprising force....