Date: September 30, 2016
Issue: Consumer finance
Filing Type: Comment letter
Description: The Bureau should support efforts to ensure that consumer complaints are quickly and effectively resolved. Accordingly, the Bureau should not disrupt existing customer service relationships and distort the marketplace by publishing further unverified and inaccurate information that will mislead consumers and unfairly harm responsible financial services companies. We consequently urge the Bureau to abandon its current proposal and to focus its attention on curing the clear and longstanding flaws in the complaint database.
Date: February 11, 2014
Issue: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Reform
To: U.S. House of Representatives
Filing Type: Congressional
Description: The Chamber strongly supports H.R. 3193, the “Consumer Financial Protection Safety and Soundness Improvement Act of 2013.” The Chamber believes that it is important to reform the CFPB to ensure it operates in a fair, transparent manner. The Chamber firmly supports sound consumer protection regulation that deters and punishes financial fraud and predation and ensures that consumers receive clear, concise, and accurate disclosures about financial products. These important consumer protection goals can be achieved only if an agency’s organizational structure promotes, rather than frustrates, a consistent, effective approach to regulatory and enforcement issues. The CFPB fails these basic tests because it was designed without critical checks and balances.