Emily Carr
By Emily Carr on December 06, 2023

CFPB Compliance and Lender-Placed Insurance: 3 Things You Need to Know

Navigating the regulatory landscape in the lending industry is no small feat, especially when it comes to lender-placed insurance. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) plays a vital role in shaping regulations that impact lender-placed insurance practices. 


As we close 2023, here are three things you need to know:

1.There are 2 letters that must be sent out prior to charging a borrower for lender-placed insurance. Additionally, there is a letter that must be sent to borrowers prior to renewing lender-placed insurance.

2. If a borrower provides adequate proof of insurance, refunds for charges related to lender-placed insurance must be processed within 15 days of receipt.

3. All lender-placed related charges must be bone fide and reasonable. 


Last but not least, remember that in the nuanced world of CFPB compliance and lender-placed insurance, collaboration with experts can be invaluable. 

Miniter Group is the leading expert in this industry, ensuring compliance for our clients with Borrower-Centric ™  Insurance Tracking and a host of other industry-specific solutions.



CFPB compliance and lender-placed insurance are interconnected realms that demand attention, understanding, and strategic approaches. 

As we conclude this exploration of three essential things you need to know about CFPB compliance and lender-placed insurance, remember that compliance isn't just about ticking boxes—it's about safeguarding borrowers, maintaining operational integrity, and building trust. 

By arming yourself with knowledge and aligning your practices to adhere to regulations, you can navigate this landscape with confidence. Should you have any questions about compliance, please reach out! You can always Ask Us Anything.


Published by Emily Carr December 6, 2023
Emily Carr