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Report: CFPB preparing consent orders for 3 auto lenders

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 01, 2015

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is expected to announce unintentional discrimination consent orders for Toyota Motor Credit, Nissan Motor Acceptance and American Honda Finance this month. The consent orders seek to require the lenders to set lower limits on offers to dealers and to pay remuneration to consumers. AmericanBanker.com (free content) (06/30)


OCC cites risk in auto-lending practices

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 02, 2015

Greece's banks close following failed debt negotiation

CBA SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

JPMorgan Chase revamps prepaid, checking policies

CBA SmartBrief | Jun 30, 2015

Greek crisis moves to next level after IMF default

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 01, 2015

Rep. Pelosi: Not all Dems stand with Sen. Warren on financial regulations

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 02, 2015

Homeownership falls as more Americans decide to rent

CBA SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

Greek crisis has limited effect on U.S. banks, economist says

CBA SmartBrief | Jun 30, 2015

CFPB fines companies for bogus add-on benefits

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 02, 2015

CFPB: Student loan cosigners should better understand release options

CBA SmartBrief | Jul 01, 2015


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