Will the CFPB even be around in 2018?

Answers to all the confusion around the fate of the CFPB

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is in the middle of a landmark battle with PHH, which has called into question the bureau’s constitutionality. In addition, the CFPB is at the center of at least four different bills trying to overhaul it, including one that would abolish the bureau altogether.

But even as the CFPB finds itself in the line of fire, it continues to serve as the financial industry’s No. 1 watchdog, raising questions for the industry about what to expect in terms of new rulemaking and enforcement.

HousingWire has gathered a group of CFPB, government, and regulatory experts to provide answers on the fate of the CFPB and how to plan for compliance in the midst of the current uncertainty.

Watch to learn:

  • Will Cordray be fired before his term ends in July 2018?
  • What are the likely outcomes for the PHH/CFPB case? And what does the case mean for the industry?
  • What does the future of regulation look like, such as RESPA?
  • What's the likely future of the CFPB? A five-member bipartisan committee? Abolishment? A Republican leader?

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