The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Key Developments and Regulatory Impact Going Forward
The Westin Cincinnati at Fountain Square
21 East Fifth Street, Cincinnati OH
May 8, 2013
Please join Blank Rome LLP and Blank Rome Government Relations for a breakfast briefing and discussion on the latest development involving the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the potential impact on consumer finance practices. This timely briefing will feature authoritative speakers offering the latest information and key insights including:
- The economic philosophy and strategy underlying the CFPB's role in consumer finance
- The broad regulatory, supervision and enforcement powers of the CFPB
- The key players and divisions at the CFPB who will be determining regulatory action
- Recent accomplishments and likely future actions of the CFPB; and
- What companies can do to prepare for the new dynamics of having a powerful federal agency solely dedicated to the oversight of consumer finance products and services
This course has been approved by the Ohio Supreme Court and the Kentucky Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Commission for a maximum of 2.0 credits.
Michael L. Cioffi
Managing Partner, Blank Rome's Cincinnati, Ohio office, Adjunct Professor, University of Cincinnati College of Law
Former senior policy advisor to House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) and current Principal, Blank Rome Government Relations in Washington, D.C.
Former deputy chief of staff for Senator Ben Nelson (D-NE) with over 25-years experience in the design and execution of successful legislative policy. Currently a Principal for Blank Rome Government Relations in Washington, D.C.
Former Cincinnati City Council member and Hamilton County Commissioner and current Of Counsel of Blank Rome's Cincinnati, Ohio office
Associate, Blank Rome's Cincinnati, Ohio office. Represents lenders and financial institutions in a variety of consumer finance litigation matters.
Associate, Blank Rome's Cincinnati, Ohio office. Represents lenders and financial institutions in a variety of consumer finance matters.