Over the last several months the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has focused on financial abuse impacting older Americans. In March, the bureau issued a series of voluntary rules to assist institutions with identifying and responding to elder financial abuse. While many of these rules would not directly implicate the loan origination process, there is an inescapable fact lenders should not ignore: the CFPB expects lenders to take affirmative steps to protect borrowers — especially older borrowers — across the board.
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