Kraninger was serving as an associate director in the Office of Management and Budget. Under the Dodd-Frank Act, she can serve as the BCFP director for a five-year term. The Dodd-Frank Act specifies that the BCFP’s director is only removable by the president “for cause,” although this provision has been subject to various court challenges.
We’ve seen a number of developments in debt collection this year. Technology is changing the way debt is collected. The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection has made progress in its debt collection rulemaking. The courts have weighed in with new interpretations of old law. This webinar will highlight the top ten debt collection issues and offer best practice suggestions.
The latest edition of the AFSA Today podcast features Ann Carmichael, Vice President of Congressional Affairs at AFSA. Ann analyzes, among other topics, changes in leadership at the important House Financial Services Committee on both sides of the aisle and how that could shape both the future legislative agenda affecting the consumer credit industry and the direction of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection. AFSA’s December podcast will feature Philip Bohi, Vice President of Compliance Education at AFSA, discussing the role of compliance in the consumer credit industry and how it impacts AFSA members and their customers.