Speaking Engagement

The Impact and Implications of CFPB’s New Registries

Online Lenders Alliance 2023 Legal Issues Conference

Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel
2800 S Potomac Ave
Arlington, VA

Blank Rome partners R. Andrew Arculin and Michael J. Barry and associates Daniel V. Funaro and Paula M. Vigo Marques will serve as panelists at the Online Lenders Alliance 2023 Legal Issues Conference, being held February 23 and 24, 2023, in Arlington, Virginia.


The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) has proposed two new registries covering enforcement actions and establishing a system that will track contracts that use arbitration provisions, waivers, or other limits. Learn what these two proposals could mean for your company and how they may reshape enforcement at the federal and state levels.

The session, “The Impact and Implications of CFPB’s New Registries,” will take place on Thursday, February 23, from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.


The Online Lenders Alliance 2023 Legal Issues Conference will cover the latest legal developments and feature expert speakers from industry-leading firms and direct remarks from the regulatory agencies. Expected attendees include general counsels, government affairs directors, and lawyers from leading online lenders, related service providers, and law firms. The event will also feature multiple networking opportunities including an evening reception.

CLE credit may be available.

Blank Rome is pleased to be a sponsor of the conference.

For more information and to register, please visit the conference webpage.


As the center for lending, technology and innovation, Online Lenders Alliance (“OLA”) sets industry standards and best practices by which their members operate, ensuring that customers are fully informed and fairly treated. OLA also serves as a resource to federal and state policymakers on issues related to access to credit.

Beyond their role in serving and leading our members, OLA informs borrowers about online lending, and provides resources including a consumer hotline, a portal to report fraud and consumer tips.