How are credit disclosure rules impacting lenders? Share your stories

April 7, 2011

Starting this summer, new federal regulations will require lenders to tell consumers why they've been denied credit or did not receive the best interest rates. The rules are intended to improve transparency and help consumers better understand their credit scores. We'd love to hear from people in the lending industry about how the new rules are affecting your business. Share your story after the jump (or if you’re a borrower, share your story here).

Ylan Q. Mui is a financial reporter at The Washington Post covering the Federal Reserve and the economy.
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