American Financial Services Association - Regulatory Alphabet Soup: As the CFPB evolves, whoís is watching lenders now? | Recorded April 18, 2018
American Financial Services Association

Regulatory Alphabet Soup: As the CFPB evolves, whoís is watching lenders now? | Recorded April 18, 2018

Regulatory Alphabet Soup: As the CFPB evolves, whoís is watching lenders now? | Recorded April 18, 2018

Webinar Resources:

This webinar was recorded on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. ET.

Changes may be afoot at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau but that doesn’t mean lenders are off the hook for compliance. Quite the opposite. The FTC, State AGs…there’s an alphabet soup of institutions poised to fill any vacuum left by changes at the CFPB.
Join compliance industry veterans Brian Larson of Complí and Michael Benoit, Chairman of Hudson Cook to learn what you need to know as the alphabet soup of regulators line up to keep the fuel on the regulatory fire.

Presenters:


Brian Larson, Consumer Lending Expert | Compli

Brian is Compli’s resident consumer lending expert. He’s our eyes and ears in the lending space, keeping up on trends, challenges, and changes in the industry. He talks to companies of all types and sizes about what’s impacting them day to day, and helping them make informed decisions about building an automated Compliance Management System to meet their compliance and regulatory requirements. .




Michael Benoit, Chairman | Hudson Cook

Michael Benoit serves as Chairman of Hudson Cook out of the firm’s Washington DC office. He advises banks, sales finance companies, auto dealers, leasing companies, mortgage lenders, and other creditors and technology providers on a wide range of consumer financial services law, and provides federal legislative and regulatory advice and support to financial services trade associations. His practice includes consumer credit, electronic commerce, privacy, telemarketing, personal property financing and leasing, as well as creditor-based collection practices. He assists CFPB-regulated clients in preparing for supervisory exams, and represents clients in investigation and enforcement matters involving the FTC and the CFPB. Michael is actively involved in a number of trade associations, including AFSA, where he is Counsel to the association's Vehicle Finance Committee. He is also a speaker for the AFSA Vehicle Finance Conference and the AFSA Independent's Conference.