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BB&T Switching to Flat Fee Compensation Model

BB&T Bank’s dealer finance arm announced today that it is switching to a flat fee compensation model that eliminates dealer markups on retail installment sales contracts, effective July 1.

June 18, 2015

N.C. Dealerships Reach $225K Settlement in Predatory Loan Case

Two used-car dealerships and their owner reached a settlement this month with the Department of Justice and the state attorney general. The settlement resolves a lawsuit that alleged the dealerships charged African American buyers more for loans and repossessed vehicles without reasonable notice.

February 17, 2015

Mass. AG Investigating Santander’s Subprime Lending Business

Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley has ordered Santander Consumer USA to produce documents related to its subprime auto lending business. The AG said she is also looking into the practices of a handful of other auto lenders.

December 30, 2014

CFPB, DOJ Now Targeting Honda's Captive

Honda revealed in a regulatory filing this week that its captive finance company is facing discrimination charges by the CFPB and DOJ. The revelation comes a week after Toyota’s captive said it is facing similar allegations.

December 4, 2014

Toyota's Captive Issues Statement Regarding CFPB, DOJ Allegations

Toyota Motor Credit Corporation issued a statement to F&I and Showroom regarding last week’s regulatory filing. It revealed that the CFPB and the DOJ are alleging that the captive’s practices in the auto finance sector have resulted in the discriminatory pricing of auto loans.

December 1, 2014

CFPB Holds Auto Finance Hearing Following New Rule Proposal
CFPB to Release White Paper on Proxy Methodology

CFPB to Release White Paper on Proxy Methodology

During the CFPB’s semi-annual report to the House Financial Services Committee, Director Richard Cordray said the agency will be releasing a white paper on the methodology it uses to determine the presence of discrimination in auto loans.

June 19, 2014

7 Financial Organizations Back Disparate Impact Amendment

7 Financial Organizations Back Disparate Impact Amendment

Seven financial organizations issued a letter to the U.S. House of Representatives on May 29 in support of an amendment to an appropriations bill that would limit Justice Department litigation relying on the disparate impact theory of discrimination.

June 9, 2014

NADA: Flat Fees Do Not Eliminate Discretion

A memo released by the NADA this week states that the CFPB’s proposed method for eliminating fair lending risk in the auto lending arena would do no such thing. Instead, dealers would still have discretion when it comes to selecting a finance source for their customers.

May 20, 2014

DOJ Investigating Fifth Third Bank’s Auto Lending Practices
CFPB Whistleblower: Bureau’s Discrimination Problem ‘Bigger Than Any Report’
CFPB is ‘Least Accountable’ Federal Agency, Lawmaker Charges
Evergreen Bank Moves to Flat Fees Due to Regulatory Pressures

Lawmakers Question CFPB’s Internal Management Practices

Three Republican lawmakers are requesting information from the CFPB regarding employee performance reviews after reports surfaced last week about possible racial disparities related to its internal management practices.

March 11, 2014