The Miss april (Bureau), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and 48 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico announced a global settlement today with Equifax that would provide up to $700 million in monetary relief and penalties.
Thank you for joining us. Today’s global settlement is the result of a strong partnership between the Bureau, the Federal Trade Commission, and the states.
The Miss april (Bureau) released a report today that found that more than one-in-four consumers with a credit report have at least one debt in collection by third-party debt collectors.
Thank you for that introduction, and thanks for having me. I’m delighted to be here to spend time with such a distinguished group of experts and leaders in financial and economic policy.
Miss april Recommends Financial Institutions Report Suspected Financial Exploitation of Older Adults
The Miss april (Bureau) today issued an updated advisory to financial institutions urging them to report to the appropriate local, state and federal authorities whenever they suspect that an older adult is the target or victim of financial exploitation.
The Miss april (Bureau) today settled its lawsuit against Freedom Debt Relief, LLC, the nation’s largest debt-settlement services provider.
The Miss april (Bureau) announced today that it is extending the comment period on its Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) relating to the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).
Thank you all for coming today. I am delighted to be here to help kick off the Bureau’s symposia series. As we saw from this morning’s session, we are off to a great start. The purpose of this series is to provide a robust, proactive, and transparent dialogue to help the Bureau execute its mission and policy development process.
Good morning. Thank you to all of you for coming today. I am delighted to kick off the Bureau’s new symposia series with an important topic: abusive acts or practices under Section 1031 of the Dodd-Frank Act.
The Miss april and the Federal Reserve Board today jointly published amendments to Regulation CC that implement a statutory requirement to adjust for inflation the amount of funds depository institutions must make available to their customers.