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Banks, Credit Unions Feeling New Regulatory Burdens

A recent survey found that U.S. banks and credit unions are carrying a much heavier regulatory and risk management burden than they were a year ago. This is due in part to heightened concern over the mortgage guidelines recently finalized by the CFPB.

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Credit Acceptance Corp. Keeping “Close Eye” on CFPB

In its second quarter earnings call, Credit Acceptance Corp. noted that its relationships with industry associations have kept it up to speed on looming regulations.

NADA University Announces Legal, Regulatory Webinars

NADA University announced it is now offering all of its legal and regulatory webinars — live and on-demand — at no cost to NADA and American Truck Dealer members and their staffs.

NADA: Financial Reform Law Keeps Auto Financing Affordable and Accessible

With President Obama’s signature, the most significant overhaul of the nation’s financial system is now law and with it, consumers will still be able to find competitive financing options at auto dealerships.

Initial House ‘Offer’ on Wall Street Bill Preserves Dealer-Assisted Financing

In a crucial step forward today in conference committee negotiations, Congressman Barney Frank (D-Mass.), chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, included the Brownback/Campbell auto dealer language in the House’s initial offer to the Wall Street reform bill.

AFSA Opposes Obama's Proposal for New Federal Agency

President Barack Obama addressed Wall Street’s financial firms Monday to promote his agenda for financial regulatory reform, which includes expanding the authority of the Federal Reserve and creating the Consumer Financial Protection Agency (CFPA). But at least one association representing the financial services industry is balking at his proposals.

Financial Regulatory Reform Could Pose a Threat to Securitization

The Obama administration’s proposal for reform of the financial system, which was introduced June 17, could pose a threat to securitization, says ratings firm DBRS.