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Understanding the Guidance from the CFPB's Supervisory Highlights Report

The Consumer Financial Services Blog

Thursday, June 5, 2014 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (EDT)

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Learn the Latest Risks Identified by the CFPB and How to Address Them!

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's May 22 Supervisory Highlights report offers a rare glimpse into the Bureau's thoughts on its first two years of supervision of nonbank entities, particularly debt buyers and debt collectors. Although the report contains several of the Bureau's standard talking points (data integrity in debts sales, for example) it does reveal new issues which have drawn the regulator's attention and new guidance on pre-existing areas of concern. You can read more about the report here, The CFPB's report presents an opportunity to look closer at your procedures and fix them before your organization appears in the next report.

So on June 5, Joann Needleman and Don Maurice will take you through the report's finer details. They will provide an in-depth examination of the topics covered by the report and offer suggestions on other issues which may now be a focus of the Bureau's concern. There's plenty to learn from the report for creditors, debt buyers, collection agencies and collection attorneys.

 Topics include:

  • Leadership involvement in the CMS - why is the CFPB pushing it and what are the risks to leadership if they are not engaged?
  • Do you have a weak service provider assessment process?
  • Addressing the CFPB's "hot button" debt collection practices
  • Credit Reporting - is deleting no longer an adequate response to a dispute?
  • EFTA troubles -- find the problem and fix them fast

Date: June 5, 2014

Time: 2:00 p.m. eastern - 11:00 a.m. pacific (1.5 hours)

Cost: $105.00

The program is 1.5 hours and is accredited for 1.5 hours of DBA International Continuing Education.  Application is pending for 1.5 hours of attorney CLE for California, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania* and Virginia. New York attorneys have reciprocity with Virginia CLE.  *PA attorneys must attend the presentation in our NJ office.

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