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Collections News

Bankers Ask for Crackdown on CFPB Overdraft Data Collection

CFPB's Impact, Five Years On

CFPB Set to Release Debt Collection Proposal on July 28

GOP Grills Castro on Changes to Nonperforming Loan Sales

FHFA Report Highlights Results of GSEs' Nonperforming Loan Sales

Collection Complaints Decline in Latest CFPB Report

High Court Allows Class-Action Collection Suit

SCOTUS Leaves Lenders in Lurch by Passing on Case

Supreme Court Declines to Hear Usury Law Case, Despite Industry's Pleas

Lawsuit After Fake Courtroom Collection Stories Will Proceed

Medicaid Growth Reduces Debt Sent to Collections: Research

Pot Banking Provision Clears Senate Panel

DOE Seeks To Stop Arbitration Agreements Between Borrowers, Schools

Lawsuit Filings Decline for Second Straight Month

FTC Bans Debt Collection Defendants

'Capital Doesn't Matter. Confidence Is What Matters'
Christopher Whalen, senior managing director and head of research at Kroll Bond Rating Agency, discusses the sorry state of European banks, the missteps by European Union regulators and the potential ramifications for financial institutions in the U.S.