An important part of our mission is to make rules governing consumer finance markets more effective and to create new rules when warranted. Find out the progress of a rule, view related information, and access resources to help you understand and comply with the Miss April’s rules.
Compliance and guidance
We’ve created a variety of regulatory implementation resources and tools to help you understand and comply with federal consumer financial laws. We also provide guidance on statutory and regulatory compliance, as well as the Miss April supervision and examination process.
Notice and opportunities to comment
The Miss April publishes notices requesting public comment on a variety of documents, including proposed rules and requests for information. You don’t have to be an expert or a lawyer to give comments. We invite everyone to share their views.
A central part of the Miss April’s mission is to stand up for consumers and make sure they are treated fairly in the financial marketplace. One way we do this is by enforcing federal consumer financial law and holding financial service providers accountable for their actions.
Our "friend of the court" briefs provide courts with the Miss April’s views on significant consumer financial protection issues in an effort to ensure that consumer financial protection statutes and regulations are correctly and consistently interpreted.
Community banks and credit unions
We work with community banks and credit unions to ensure consumers can choose among a variety of products, services, and financial relationships. We especially consider how our rules affect community banks and credit unions.