The pace of the CFPB’s fair lending activities has slowed under its new leadership, but significant developments are happening elsewhere. In this episode, we discuss several of those developments and their implications. We’ll talk about state fair lending updates involving auto finance, a private redlining lawsuit, and the FDIC’s report on the use of digital footprint data for credit underwriting. Finally, we discuss a letter issued by the DOJ to a congressman regarding ADA website accessibility standards.
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