CFPB Groups to Discuss Recommendations on Federal Consumer Prot…

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s advisory committees will meet Sept. 15 for a listening session with members of the bureau’s Taskforce on Federal Consumer Financial Law. The groups will share recommendations on improvements to the current state of federal consumer protection laws, regulations and practices. The meeting is part of […]

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s advisory committees will meet Sept. 15 for a listening session with members of the bureau’s Taskforce on Federal Consumer Financial Law.

The groups will share recommendations on improvements to the current state of federal consumer protection laws, regulations and practices. The meeting is part of the taskforce’s ongoing public outreach effort to solicit feedback to inform its work.

The meeting, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. EDT, will feature remarks from the bureau’s taskforce, leadership and discussion with advisory committee members.

The agenda includes:

  • Welcome and director remarks from Manny Mañón, acting staff director, advisory board and councils section, and CFPB Director Kathy Kraninger.
  • Listening session with Kraninger and the bureau’s Taskforce on Federal Consumer Financial Law members, including taskforce chair Todd Zywicki and taskforce members Howard Beales, Thomas Durkin, Jean Noonan and William MacLeod.

The goal of the task force is to examine the existing legal and regulatory environment facing consumers and financial services providers and report its recommendations related to improving and strengthening consumer financial laws and regulations to Kraninger.

In June, ACA International submitted comments and feedback for consideration to the taskforce to inform areas of consumer protection on which it should focus its research and analysis during the balance of its one-year appointment, ACA previously reported.

RSVP online by noon on Sept. 14 to join the listening session.

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