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September 12, 2018

Partner Catherine Brennan quoted in Bloomberg BNA article on CFPB's revived disclosure sandbox plan

On September 7, Bloomberg BNA reported that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is reviving a program that would allow companies to experiment with new forms of disclosures without facing regulatory penalties during a two-year safe harbor testing window. According to Partner Catherine Brennan, "It's a positive step to allow fintech companies the freedom to innovate while preserving protections for consumers."

Catherine primarily assists investors in the consumer financial services and alternative business funding sectors. She engages in credit due diligence on behalf of investors in fintech firms, bank partnership platforms, small business lenders, merchant cash advance companies, consumer finance companies, title loan companies and payday lenders.

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