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Trends & Predictions for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 2019 - 2020

1h 8m

Created on May 23, 2019

Intermediate

Overview

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created as part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reforms in response to the recession of 2007-2008, has been credited with issuing regulations that have cracked down on predatory lending, abusive consumer debt litigation, and unsustainable banking practices. However, it has also been criticized for overburdening the financial sector and unfair practices of its own. With its second permanent director now duly installed, will the CFPB behave differently than it has in the past?

In this program, Hudson Cook Partners Michael Benoit and Trisha Cacciola will discuss the current state of the CFPB's, recent trends in CFPB rule-making and enforcement actions, and the possibilities for the future.


Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss pending challenges to CFPB rule-making and enforcement
  2. Review current CFPB rule-making and enforcement actions
  3. Consider different views of CFPB authority and jurisdiction, and what that means for your clients


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