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Wells Fargo Consent Orders Highlight Importance of Acting on Information From Third-Party Vendors

USA - May 18 2018 The OCC and CFPB consent orders issued against Wells Fargo on April 20 cited deficiencies in third-party oversight practices. The orders are the...


New FTC Lawsuit Against Lending Club Provides Helpful Insights

USA - April 26 2018 On April 25, the FTC filed a complaint against Lending Club in the district court for the Northern District of California. The complaint alleges that...

Avinoam Erdfarb, Scott D. Samlin, Richard P. Eckman.


Lifting of Longstanding OCC Consent Order May Signal Improved Environment for Bank Partnerships

USA - March 20 2018 On February 14, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) terminated a longstanding cease-and-desist order against payday lender ACE Cash...

Scott D. Samlin, Richard P. Eckman.


The CFPB Under New Leadership: What to Expect in 2018

USA - February 27 2018 Speculation about the future of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has been ever-present since Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016...

Scott D. Samlin, Richard P. Eckman, Richard J. Zack.


D.C. Circuit Court Affirms the Legality of Captive Reinsurance Arrangements

USA - February 7 2018 The January 31 en banc ruling of the D.C. Court of Appeals gave a huge win to the mortgage industry by reinstating the October 2016 three-judge...

Avinoam Erdfarb, Scott D. Samlin, John V. Levonick, Richard P. Eckman.