CUNA wrote to the CFPB Friday urging the bureau to impose an immediate moratorium on all of its rulemakings. CUNA has called for this since the election, and believes that a White House directive is consistent with the request.
Congress should consider feedback from credit unions that participated in Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act panels that felt final rules did not limit impact enough, CUNA wrote Thursday for the record of a Senate hearing.
Applications are now being accepted for the CFPB's Credit Union Advisory Council and Consumer Advisory Board. These bodies advise and consult the CFPB regarding its functions, and provide information on emerging trends and practices in the financial market.
The CFPB released the results of its survey on debt collection Thursday, prior to its discussion on the same topic. The survey, which consisted of 53 questions about first- and third-party debt collection, does not specifically identify credit unions.
CUNA wrote to the CFPB Monday to reiterate continuing concerns with the bureau’s proposed Company Response Survey. The letter follows up a revised request for information collection submitted by the CFPB to the Office of Management and Budget.
CUNA plans to respond to, and seeks information from credit unions on, a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau request for information on consumer access to their financial records. The bureau released the request Thursday..
CUNA will be monitoring Thursday’s CFPB field hearing on access to the financial records. The hearing will take place at the University of Utah, and Utah credit unions will participate in a separate roundtable with CFPB staff.
CUNA advocacy staff and a number of member credit unions met with the CFPB Monday to discuss debt collection. During the meeting, the group discussed the CFPB’s outline of proposals under consideration and other debt collection activities.
CUNA President/CEO urged CFPB Director to impose an immediate moratorium on pending and future bureau rulemakings in a letter sent Friday, saying policies that create challenges in accessing safe financial products are not making consumers’ lives better.