Monthly Archives: August 2013

A Push from the White House: Will the Pace of Dodd-Frank Implementation Increase?

Nearly three years after its passage by Congress, nearly two-thirds of the rulemaking requirements associated with the Dodd-Frank Act remain unfinished. These delays and the sporadic issuance of game-changing regulations has been the ire of financial institutions laboring to comply with the law and new rules. On Monday afternoon, President Obama hosted a meeting with […]

Did you know? CFPB Oversight of Private Student Loans – Mid-Year Report Issued

With rising student loan interest rates in the news lately, it is fitting that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) recently issued a mid-year report on student loan complaint data. The Dodd-Frank Act established a “student loan ombudsman” within the CFPB, with the responsibility to “compile and analyze data on consumer complaints regarding private student […]