CFPB Updates Fall 2019 Rulemaking Agenda

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau last week published its Fall 2019 rulemaking agenda which included two new items to its long-term regulatory agenda. One new item is possible changes to the Loan Originator Compensation rule to address feedback the bureau received that the rules were too restrictive. The second item added to the agenda relates to feedback received regarding the intersection of some Regulation Z requirements and E-SIGN being too restrictive for consumers applying for credit cards electronically. Read this JD Supra article which covers the bureau’s full agenda in greater detail. 

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