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Better Banking, Happier Customers

Which banks are sending their customers home the happiest? A new study pinpoints the banks that have the fewest consumer complaints, and the results might surprise you.

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CFPB vs. PHH Case Reheard by Court of Appeals

The Court of Appeals rehearing of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) took place Wednesday to determine the constitutionality of CFPB’s leadership structure. Previously brought by PHH Corporation in October, the initial decision by the court determined the CFPB was, in fact, unconstitutional. Wednesday’s hearing was an “en banc” review, previously agreed upon in February.

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MERSCORP To Offer LEI Registrations Later This Year

MERSCORP Holdings, Inc., announced this week it will support the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s updated Home Mortgage Disclosure Act requirements by facilitating legal entity identifier (LEI) registrations and renewals for users of MERS System and other industry participants.

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Exactly Five Years Into the CFPB Era. . .

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau celebrated its fifth birthday on Thursday, July 21. Five years in, those in the mortgage industry continue the fierce debate on whether the Bureau is helping or harming the industry.

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