November 16, 2023
2023 CFPB Bites of the Month
12:30-1:00 pm ET
We thank you for joining us over the past three years and are pleased to resume our CFPB Bites of the Month series in 2023!
Consumer financial services concerns continue to be front and center in the daily news cycles. Eric Johnson and Justin Hosie are back to serve up more of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) rulemaking, enforcement actions, ongoing litigation, supervision and other tasty CFPB tidbits.
Join us for 30 minutes during your lunch hour on the third Wednesday of each month to stay up to date on the CFPB and how its work may affect your business.
Please click on the date to register for an upcoming CFPB Bites.
- January 18: May Old Compliance Acquaintances be Forgot (Request a replay of this webinar)
- February 15: Every Compliance Rose Has its Thorns (Request a replay of this webinar)
- March 15: Beware of the Ides of March, and the CFPB (Request a replay of this webinar)
- April 19: Stress Awareness Month and the CFPB (Request a replay of this webinar)
- May 17: May I have Another, CFPB? (Request a replay of this webinar)
- June 21: A New Definition of Summer Madness (Request a replay of this webinar)
- July 19: Freedom, Independence, and Celebration From the CFPB (Request a replay of this webinar)
- August 16: School Bells Ringing Loud and Clear, Vacation's Over, CFPB is Near (Request a replay of this webinar)
- September 20: Harvesting the Latest Compliance Crop (Request a replay of this webinar)
- October 18: Bewitching the CFPB (Request a replay of this webinar)
- November 15: Giving Thanks to the CFPB (Request a replay of this webinar)
- December 20: I'm Dreaming of a Winter Solstice and the CFPB
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