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Is Change on the Horizon for the CFPB?

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A couple of major proposals have emerged in the last month to reform the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and some recent incidents indicate that the industry may be ready for a change.

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An Industry on Bated Breath for PHH v. CFPB

PHH Corporation’s appeal of the CFPB’s ruling may not only clarify the CFPB’s reach in interpreting statutes and doling out enforcement actions, but it also challenges the very structure of the bureau and its director. Editor's note: This select print feature appears in the May 2016 edition of MReport magazine.

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5 Years Later—A CFPB Progress Report

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Nearly five years ago, Congress created the CFPB, and its sole purpose was to serve as recovery agent for the American people coming out of the financial crisis. But how effective has the Bureau been in doing its job?

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TRID’s Mixed Reviews 6 Months Later

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Many in the mortgage industry have complained of the complexity of implementing the rule and the difficulty of complying, despite the rule’s goal of making it easier on all parties involved to close a mortgage loan. But do homebuyers share these same sentiments?

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