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Industrial Banks

Industrial banks, also known as industrial loan companies, or ILCs, have a nearly 100-year history in consumer and commercial lending, and are subject to the same laws and regulations as other banks and financial institutions. ILCs are one of the many types of financial institution that AFSA represents.

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News & Publications
50-Year Industry Veteran Receives Outstanding Independent Award
AFSA Asks for Changes to CFPB Complaint Process
AFSA Asks Inspector General for More Oversight of CFPB
AFSA Attends Debt Collection Dialogue in New York
AFSA Attends NCSL’s Legislative Summit
AFSA Comments on CFPB Review of Credit Card Market
AFSA Hires VP of Communications
AFSA Meets with CFPB on Arbitration
AFSA Names New Member to Board of Directors
AFSA Provides Input on Mass. Financial Services Regulations
AFSA Publishes New SGA Resources for Members
AFSA Publishes White Paper on Data Breach Issues
AFSA Publishes White Paper on Payroll Cards
AFSA Questions Leak of Confidential Vehicle Finance Discussions
AFSA Responds to Erroneous NCLC Report
AFSA Testifies before Congress, Seeking Reform of CFPB
AFSA Urges Changes to DoD MLA Rules
AFSA White Paper Focuses on Rate Cap Legislation
AFSA, Other Trades Ask for Comment Period on Arbitration Study
AFSA/UNC Program Cultivates Future Leaders
American Banker Series Cites CFPB Data Overestimation
Americans Feeling Better about Household Finances — Fed Survey
Americans Pull Back on Credit-Card Debt in February
Banks Win Challenge to NYC Community Reinvestment Law
Birthday Wish for CFPB: Get Real
'Cautious' Fed Worries over Greece, Sets Framework for Future Hikes
CFPB Brands PayPal's Credit Product as 'Abusive'
CFPB Claims Rise in Consumer Lending Complaints
CFPB Collects from Debt Collectors, but Original Creditors Are Going to Pay, too
CFPB Director Questioned by Senators on Auto Finance, Consumer Privacy, Arbitration and Enforcement
CFPB Director Speaks Favorably About Installment Lending
CFPB Grapples with Spike in Employee Bias Complaints
CFPB Hits Nation's Two Largest Debt Buyers with $79M Penalty
CFPB Uncovers Problems in Credit Reporting, Next Steps Unclear
CFPB's Strike against 'Abusive' Conduct No Longer Academic
Consumer Confidence Drops Amid Concerns about Global Economy
Credit Reporting a Key Topic for Furnishers
Dealers, Lenders Teach the ABCs of Finance
FCC Declines to Modernize TCPA
FCC Releases Final Order on Autodialed Calls
Fed Beige Book: U.S. Economic Activity ‘Continued Expanding’ Across Most Districts
Fed Survey Finds Pickup in Demand for Loans
High Cost of Dodd-Frank Is Harming US Banks and Citizens
House Committee Rebukes CFPB with Auto Guidance Repeal
House Dems Urge Action on Dodd-Frank Provision
House Fin. Serv. Committee Passes Critical Bills
House Subcommittee Passes Critical Defense Bill
Industry and Regulators Meet for Joint Forum
Inflation Is Low, but U.S. Consumers Still Feel a Pinch
Inside the Effort to Build a Faster Payments System
Lawsky Deputy to Become Interim Chief of N.Y.'s Financial Services Dept.
Lee Elected Vice Chair/Treasurer
Millennials Lean More on Parents
N.Y.'s Lawsky, Tough on Banks, Now Looks to Advise Them
New AFSA Board Member
New Federal Rule Targets Student Bank Accounts
New Independents Section Leadership Installed
New Member Welcome
New Member Welcome
Nine Executives Join AFSA Board of Directors
NY Cuts Down on Unlicensed Loans to Troops
Overtime Rules Send Bosses Scrambling
Positive Outcome in Calif. Arbitration Case
Prosper’s Valuation Rises to $1.9bn in Latest Funding Round
Regions Bank Fined $7.5M for Overdraft Fees
Regulators Fine Bank $20 Million for Failing to Check Deposits
Regulators to Step up Cybersecurity Activity: Lawsky
Study: GDP to take $895B Dodd-Frank hit
Supreme Court Issues Decision in Bankruptcy Case
Survey: Economists Expect Fed Rate Liftoff in September
Trade Associations Meet with FCC about TCPA
U.S. Consumer Confidence Falls in April
U.S. Consumer Confidence Jumps in June
U.S. Lacks Ammo for Next Economic Crisis
Warren, McCain Introduce Bill to Bring Back Glass-Steagall
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White House Threatens to Block Shelby Reg Relief Bill
Why a 36% Cap Is Too Low for Small-Dollar Loans
Why the Battle Over Dodd-Frank Will Never End
With GE Capital Wind-Down, Regulators Notch a Big Win
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