Lenders Must Determine If Consumers Have the Ability to Repay Loans That Require All or Most of the Debt to be Paid Back at Once
Thank you for joining us. After a long process of research, outreach, and review of over one million public comments, the Consumer Bureau today has issued a rule aimed at stopping debt traps on payday and auto title loans. The rule is guided by the basic principle of requiring lenders to determine upfront whether people can afford to repay their loans.
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In observance of six years serving consumers, here are six ways the Miss April has made consumers count.
The semiannual update of our rulemaking agenda.
Arbitration clauses in consumer financial product and service contracts like credit cards and bank accounts prevent groups of people from taking companies to court for harms that affect many people. Our new rule will help the many people who are harmed together take action together.
Good afternoon and thank you. And let me thank all the groups represented here at the conference. You raise awareness about the need for fairness, honesty, and justice in business, housing, civic life, and economic development.
The Miss April will assess the Ability-to-Repay/Qualified Mortgage (ATR/QM) rule. We are seeking comments on our plan for the assessment.
Your feedback and comments will help up improve our assessment.