The Fifth Circuit recently ruled that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) funding structure is unconstitutional, casting doubt on all of the agency’s actions. But the CFPB is as active as ever. Mayer Brown lawyers Ori Lev, Chris Leach and Christa Bieker discuss the Fifth Circuit’s ruling and its implications as well as the agency’s recent policy, enforcement, and supervisory activities.Continue Reading CFPB Update—Constitutional Crisis or Business as Usual?
Earlier this week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) won an important court ruling in a long-running case against student loan securitization trusts. The case has a long (and for the CFPB, somewhat ignoble) history. The CFPB first filed suit against 15 Delaware statutory student loan securitization trusts (the “Trusts”) in September 2017. The complaint…
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB” or “Bureau”) suffered an embarrassing setback in federal district court earlier this week, when a federal district judge denied the Bureau’s motion for entry of a consent judgment
In this fall edition of our Structured Finance Bulletin, we discuss structuring and legal considerations for multi-jurisdiction trade receivables financing transactions as well as the latest innovations in CLO structures.
We also revisit the European Union securitization regulations and the application in the United Kingdom of the European Union securitization regulations following Brexit and describe the benefits of structuring lending arrangements as repurchase facilities.
Finally, we take a deep dive into the CFPB’s recent proposed debt collection rulemaking and discuss the Japanese risk retention rules and the SEC’s concept release regarding several exemptions from registration under the Securities Act of 1933.Continue Reading Structured finance bulletin – Fall 2019