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CFPB Releases Examination Manual

In October, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau published its first supervision examination manual which will be of interest to bankers and other financial service executives. On one level, the manual is fairly pedestrian and may contain little surprising in that most bankers have a fairly extensive appreciation of (and experience with) an examination process. And, … Continue Reading

Consumer Privacy After Dodd-Frank: What Bankers Need to Know

Bankers and other financial product and service providers should expect to provide their consumer customers with far greater access to information than ever before. The financial reform law adopted last year, known as the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, established a new financial regulatory agency known as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.¬†Under … Continue Reading
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