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House panel votes to revoke CFPB auto-lending guidance

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 30, 2015

The House Financial Services Committee has approved a measure that would revoke the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's 2013 auto-lending guidance bulletin, which sought to limit dealer markup. The bill, which passed 47-10, also would require the CFPB to consult with other agencies and publish data and methodologies when issuing future guidance. Automotive News (free content) (07/30)


CFPB fines 2 mortgage servicers $38M for deceptive advertising

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 29, 2015

Private lenders offer refinancing deals for student loans

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 31, 2015

Study: Student debt is not delaying home purchases

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2015

Shakeup at the top raises questions about BofA

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2015

CFPB: Exiting marketing services agreements is right tack

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 31, 2015

Wells Fargo creates Innovation Group

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2015

Uber sets up auto-leasing subsidiary

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 30, 2015

How to become a person of influence

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2015

USAA's app uses gentle persuasion to encourage saving

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 29, 2015


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