January 15, 2020

CFPB Bites of the Month

3rd Wednesday of each month from 12:30-1:00 Eastern

Presenters: Eric Johnson & Justin Hosie

With consumer financial services concerns front and center in the daily news cycles - including the 2020 Presidential election - the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) work has taken center stage. Since Trump's appointee, Kathleen Kraninger, took over as the Bureau's director in December 2018, we've seen an increase in the number of CIDs issued and enforcement actions over prior Acting Director Mick Mulvaney, and continued examinations, as well as an emphasis on consumer financial education.

To help keep you abreast of what's happening at the CFPB, we'll present monthly updates, including CFPB press, rulemaking, ongoing litigation, supervision and other tasty CFPB tidbits. Join us for 30 minutes during your lunch hour each month to stay up-to-date on the CFPB and how its work may affect your business.

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Specific topic descriptions will be posted before the webinar

January 15: New Year's regulatory resolutions

February 19: Be my Valentine, CFPB

March 18: March into CFPB Madness

April 15: Uncle Sam has come to collect

May 20: CFPB springs into action

June 17: School's out, but the CFPB is still in session

July 15: Declare your independence from regulatory scrutiny

August 19: Camp CFPB

September 16: Back to school with the CFPB

October 21: The spooky CFPB

November 18: Election reflections

December 16: CFPB year in review

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