CRL's Media Center
As a non-partisan research and policy organization, we’re here to provide expertise on the financial services industry, whether it’s about mortgage lending, payday loans, credit cards or a host of other products and services that have a daily impact on the wallets and economic well-being of every American.
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Latest Press Releases
- Senate Confirms Loretta Lynch as Next US Attorney General
April 23, 2015
- Analysis: Federal, State Investigations of Debt Collectors Reveal Widespread Abuses
April 21, 2015
According to a new Center for Responsible Lending (CRL) analysis, federal and state regulator investigations into debt buyers and debt collectors have revealed a widespread pattern of abuses prevalent within the industry that should be addressed by lawmakers. As a result of recent investigations, debt collectors have been forced to pay tens of millions of dollars in fines for multiple counts of illegal activity. The report comes as several state legislatures are considering legislation to put in place new rules-of-the-road for debt collectors to protect consumers.
- Noel Poyo to Join CRL Board of Directors
April 17, 2015
The Center for Responsible Lending (CRL) today announced the addition of Noel A. Poyo to its Board of Directors. Noel is the Executive Director of NALCAB - National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders (NALCAB), based in San Antonio, TX.
- Labor Department Proposes Crucial Protections for Retirement Savings
April 14, 2015
The US Department of Labor proposed a rule that will prevent brokers and retirement advisors from offering “conflicted” financial advice to American consumers.