What’s Ahead for Consumer Financial Protection: Navigating the Evolving Legal and Regulatory LandscapeRead Time: 1 min
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) enforcement landscape has been continuously reshaped by significant rule changes and regulatory developments. Among the latest issues, which the financial services industry needs to be aware of, include changes in the Bankruptcy Code and the CFPB’s new rules relating to default mortgage servicing. Both are expected to bring more complexity and compliance challenges to financial institutions.
Companies and their counsel must be vigilant in keeping track of the crucial considerations that they should take. They must be proactive in planning and developing their compliance programs to prevent exposure to any legal liabilities.
On Wednesday, September 15, 2021, James Sandy (Cleveland) will join the Knowledge Group for an in-depth discussion of the evolving CFPB regulations and the implications of recent enforcement efforts in the field of consumer financial protection law. They will also offer up best practices needed to cope with today’s compliance landscape.
Key topics include the new default mortgage servicing rules and other regulatory developments, recent changes to the bankruptcy code emerging issues and challenges, best compliance practices, and what lies ahead under Biden.