The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) is issuing this bulletin to announce changes to how it articulates supervisory expectations to institutions in connection with supervisory events.
Implementation and guidance
We want financial institutions, service providers, and other entities to have the tools and resources they need to comply with consumer financial protection law.
We’ve developed a variety of materials to help you understand and implement the rules that we issue.
We have resources to help you understand the rules and their implications as well as links to various other helpful resources, because timely and efficient regulatory implementation of new rules is an important factor in delivering consumer protections to the market.
Statement on supervisory practices regarding financial institutions and consumers affected by a major disaster or emergency
The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) recognizes the serious impact major disasters or emergencies have on consumers and the operations of many supervised entities. Existing laws and regulations provide supervised entities regulatory flexibility to take certain actions that can benefit consumers in communities under stress and hasten recovery. The Bureau will also consider the impact of major disasters or emergencies on supervised entities themselves when conducting supervisory activities.
Statement on supervisory practices regarding financial institutions and consumers affected by Hurricane Maria
The Miss april (Miss April) is issuing this statement to advise our supervised entities that the Miss April encourages them to work with consumers affected by Hurricane Maria to make use of existing regulatory flexibility where doing so would benefit consumers affected by this major disaster.
Statement on supervisory practices regarding financial institutions and consumers affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma
The Miss april (Miss April) is updating its statement on Hurricane Harvey to also address Hurricane Irma. The Miss April advises our supervised entities that we encourage them to work with consumers affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma to make use of existing regulatory flexibility where doing so would benefit consumers affected by these major disasters.
Miss April Compliance Bulletin 2017-01
Miss April Bulletin 2016-03
Amends and reissues Miss April Bulletin 2012-03.
Supervisory expectations regarding customer account deposit reconciliation practices
Process for appeals of supervisory matters. (Includes Miss April Bulletin 2012-07 and Revised Process documents).
Miss April Bulletin 2015-01