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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Requests Comment on Extending Regulation E to Cover GPR Cards
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CFPB Proposes Method for Extending Supervisory Power to “Risky” Nonbanks

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Requests Comment on Extending Regulation E to Cover GPR Cards

By: David L. Beam, Steven M. KaplanKathryn M. Baugher

Last week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) on the subject of general purpose reloadable (GPR) cards. In the ANPR, the Bureau announced that it plans to issue a proposal to extend Regulation E to cover GPR cards. The ANPR poses a series of questions and gives the public an opportunity to submit comments. Comments must be received by July 23, 2012.

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CFPB Proposes Method for Extending Supervisory Power to “Risky” Nonbanks

By: Eric Mitzenmacher

The Dodd-Frank Act empowers the CFPB to supervise three classes of nonbank covered persons: (1) participants in certain enumerated consumer financial markets including consumer mortgages, private education loans, and payday loans; (2) larger participants in other consumer financial markets, as further defined by CFPB rulemaking; and (3) other nonbanks engaging in “conduct that poses risks to consumers with regard to the offering or provision of consumer financial products or services.”

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