CFPB 2016 Roundup: Mortgage Enforcement Trends and Enforcement Authority Examined

Last year the CFPB initiated fewer enforcement actions in the mortgage industry than in 2015.  The Bureau nonetheless remained actively engaged in regulating mortgage lenders and servicers through enforcement actions, supervisory examinations and by issuing a number of new policies and regulations. In addition 2016 saw a number of significant court decisions that will shape the parameters of the Bureau's enforcement authority.

Today Westlaw Journal, Bank and Lender Liability published our CFPB year in review. The article addresses these trends and how the CFPB might be affected by the new administration. Our article tracks shifts in enforcement of the mortgage industry and the scope of the CFPB's enforcement authority. 

Click here for access to the complete article "CFPB 2016 Roundup: Mortgage Enforcement Trends and Enforcement Authority Examined."


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