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CFPB again scrutinizes deferred-interest promotions

CBA SmartBrief | May 04, 2016

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has again turned its attention to credit card issuers that offer deferred-interest promotions. CFPB Director Richard Cordray has been vocal about "significant concerns" regarding such promotions. The New York Times (free-article access for SmartBrief readers) (05/03)


CFPB to address uncertainties in "Know Before You Owe" rule

CBA SmartBrief | Apr 29, 2016

US auto sales set record for April

CBA SmartBrief | May 04, 2016

Big-bank efforts to meet consumer demands show results

CBA SmartBrief | Apr 29, 2016

Inside SoFi's business model

CBA SmartBrief | May 02, 2016

Student debt hits record, but salaries rise

CBA SmartBrief | May 03, 2016

CFPB proposes rule to curb mandatory arbitration

CBA SmartBrief | May 05, 2016

Anonymous plans cyberattack on global financial system

CBA SmartBrief | May 05, 2016

Banks turn to tech-heavy branches to remain competitive

CBA SmartBrief | May 02, 2016

Prosper trims 28% of staff as loan volume drops

CBA SmartBrief | May 04, 2016


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