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Volume 29 - Number 20

October 1, 2018

Mulvaney Defends Fair Lending Efforts as New Controversy Erupts

Acting CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney recently said the agency is still providing fair lending oversight, contrary to reports in the media. Meanwhile, a new controversy has erupted over the political appointee named to lead the agency’s fair lending operations. “We are still very much in the fair lending business and we are going to remain active in that space,” said Mulvaney in a fair lending symposium held by the CFPB. Consumer advocates have been concerned ...

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