A former bank president has been convicted of multiple counts related to several multimillion-dollar fraud schemes
A state commerce department has slapped a company with a hefty fine and instructed it to lower rates by 43% after finding that it overcharged customers for mortgage insurance
CFPB Director Richard Cordray will face questions from the House Financial Services Committee about whether the agency's actions are harming consumers
The terms of 2012’s National Mortgage Settlement had a sunset for most affected servicers at the end of 2015 – but one servicer still faces monitoring
The CFPB is now accepting consumer complaints against online peer-to-peer lenders. The industry has come under fire before for its relatively high risk to investors
The House Financial Services Committee has approved a bill that would make it easier for mortgage originators to move across state lines -- or from a bank to a nonbank
A new survey shows that lenders are seeing delays because of TRID -- and even eliminating products to avoid trouble.
The industry may have trained for it but not all training was equal, according to one association president