While a former Department of the Treasury official insisted the Dodd-Frank Act resulted in an economy “far stronger and more resilient today than it was preceding the crisis,” American Financial Services Association executive vice president Bill Himpler addressed the Consumer Financial Protection
Dealership compliance auditing firm Total Dealer Compliance (TDC) recently launched its virtual training platform: a solution aimed at helping stores mitigate risk faced by proactive regulators to create a culture of compliance at a fraction of the cost.
This past Friday, the American Financial Services Association (AFSA) submitted a list of regulatory reforms to the Trump administration that the organization insisted would provide relief to its members operating in the consumer credit industry and ultimately benefit customers and communities acr
GWC Warranty recently published four recommendations to help dealerships secure a high-quality compliance trainer.
Equifax auto finance leader Lou Loquasto insisted every credit provider and buyer of vehicle installment contracts has a story about how deliveries might have been completed because of some kind of fraud.
For the second time in roughly a week, details became public involving Santander Consumer USA and regulatory enforcers.
According to documents filed on Thursday with the Federal Reserve and the Securities and Exchange Commission, Santander Consumer USA and its parent's subsidiaries entered into a written agreement on Tuesday with the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
On Thursday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) took action against Experian and its subsidiaries for what regulators said was “deceiving” consumers about the use of credit scores it sold to consumers.
TrainAndCertify.org, a national provider of training and certification programs for sales and customer service reps in various consumer-centric industries, recently announced its Certified Vehicle Protection Professional (CVPP) certification program.
The parade of legal developments leading toward the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit rehearing an important case involving the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has started in earnest.