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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.

This page is designed to help members and visitors find a wealth of industrial bank-related information quickly and easily.

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50-Year Industry Veteran Receives Outstanding Independent Award
AFSA and CMC Submit Supreme Court Amicus
AFSA Asks for Changes to CFPB Complaint Process
AFSA Attends Debt Collection Dialogue in New York
AFSA Board of Directors Appoints Three Replacements
AFSA Comments on CFPB Review of Credit Card Market
AFSA Continues to Push on TCPA
AFSA Defends Subprime Auto on NPR
AFSA Meets with CFPB on Arbitration
AFSA Names New Member to Board of Directors
AFSA Publishes White Paper on Data Breach Issues
AFSA Questions Leak of Confidential Vehicle Finance Discussions
AFSA Revitalizes Independent Accounting Committee
AFSA SGA Publishes White Paper on HOA Superliens
AFSA Staff Attend Fair Lending Conference
AFSA Supports Congressional CFPB Reform Bill
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
AFSAEF Testifies in Arizona on Financial Literacy
Americans Feeling Better about Household Finances — Fed Survey
Americans Pull Back on Credit-Card Debt in February
CFPB Appoints Enforcement Chief
CFPB Brands PayPal's Credit Product as 'Abusive'
CFPB Grapples with Spike in Employee Bias Complaints
CFPB Plans Packed Agenda for 2015
CFPB Proposes 'Scorecard' To Help Colleges Rank Banks Offering Student Financial Products
CFPB Uncovers Problems in Credit Reporting, Next Steps Unclear
CFPB Warns against Sharing Exam Info with Third Parties
CFPB's Strike against 'Abusive' Conduct No Longer Academic
CFSI Report Offers New Look into how Consumers Behave
Cordray Faces Congress; AFSA Issues Take the Fore
Corinthian Students to Get 40% Cut in Private Loan Debt
Equifax Report Refutes Auto Bubble
FCC Declines to Modernize TCPA
FICO Report Offers Insights on Millennial Banking Habits
FTC Commissioner Critiques DoD Proposed Rule
Gas’s Drop Drives U.S. into Deflation Territory
Hensarling Lays Out His Plans
HFSC Marks Important Privacy Notice Bill
House Subcommittee Passes Critical Defense Bill
How a Two-Tier Economy Is Reshaping the U.S. Marketplace
Industry and Regulators Meet for Joint Forum
Innovation & Consumer-Driven Sessions Lead VF’15
Installment Lenders Discuss Priority Issues with Policymakers
Joint Trade Letter Asks for Changes to Mortgage Servicing Rule
Lawsky Deputy to Become Interim Chief of N.Y.'s Financial Services Dept.
Lee Elected Vice Chair/Treasurer
Lending Club, Small U.S. Banks Plan New Consumer-Loan Program
Millennials Lean More on Parents
N.Y.'s Lawsky, Tough on Banks, Now Looks to Advise Them
New Federal Rule Targets Student Bank Accounts
New Independents Section Leadership Installed
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Prosper’s Valuation Rises to $1.9bn in Latest Funding Round
Regions Bank Fined $7.5M for Overdraft Fees
Senator’s Budget Amendment Targets ‘Reckless’ CFPB
SGA Previews 2015, Reviews 2014
South Dakota, Pioneer of High-Cost Lending, Considers Payday Ban
Study: GDP to take $895B Dodd-Frank hit
Supreme Court Issues Decision in Bankruptcy Case
Trade Associations Meet with FCC about TCPA
U.S. Consumer Confidence Falls in April
U.S. Consumer Confidence Jumps in June
What Obama's Latest Cybersecurity Push Means for Banks
What We Really Need to be Better off Financially
White House Threatens to Block Shelby Reg Relief Bill
Why the Battle Over Dodd-Frank Will Never End
Will the CFPB Get its Own Watchdog?
With GE Capital Wind-Down, Regulators Notch a Big Win
WV Governor Signs Collections Reform Law
 
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