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US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Seeking Comments on Proposed Remittance Rule Revisions

US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Seeking Comments on Proposed Remittance Rule Revisions

Jeremy M. McLaughlin and Daniel S. Cohen

On December 3, the United States Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) published a notice of proposed rulemaking to revise the Remittance Rule (“Proposed Rule”) and is accepting comments until January 21, 2020.  The proposal follows the CFPB’s April 2019 request for information on the Remittance Rule (see here for our previous discussion).  The key provisions of the Proposed Rule address two aspects of the Remittance Rule: (1) the Rule’s applicability to a company that executes 100 or more remittances per year in the normal course of business, and (2) the Rule’s allowance for insured banks and credit unions to disclose estimates, rather than exact figures, under certain circumstances. This latter allowance is set to expire on July 21, 2020.

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