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Bye, bye bonus. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau clarifies incentive pay for mortgage originators.
Making sure regulators don’t decide your bank is redlining is important. Here’s what to keep in mind.
Get ready. Even small banks and thrifts are going to be affected by a post-crisis shift in regulation toward what’s fair and transparent to consumers.
Industry observers think a Republican-controlled Congress and President Trump will weaken the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, but not get rid of the Dodd-Frank Act.
An synopsis of some concerns outlined by the banking regulators and examples of how banks can mitigate their consumer compliance risks.
New CFPB rules make an attempt to carve out small and rural lenders, but some say it’s not enough.
Review of subcommittee hearing with Elizabeth Warren, the special advisor setting up the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, who fought back challenges from Republicans.
Wolters Kluwer’s Christina Speh discusses the change in regulatory focus on the consumer, and what that means for your bank.
Trying to figure out incentive pay for mortgage originators? Good luck.
With a new administration and control of the House and Senate in the hands of Republicans, what are the most realistic options for financial reform?
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