Bankers may nominate themselves or others for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Consumer Advisory Board (CAB) through Friday, March 30, 2012.
Consumers can scroll through a list of questions, organized into categories, or can ask a new question. Ask CFPB is launching with 350-plus questions and answers, with more to come.
Richard Cordray, Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, told about 1,100 bankers gathered in Nashville earlier this week that the CFPB exists to help them, as well as consumers.
The coalition between state and federal consumer protection agencies that was born in the Dodd- Frank Act will soon come to fruition.
The CFPB’s new Office of Financial Empowerment is open for business, with a former credit union industry leader as its head.
Larger banks could see lower earnings from checking account regulation by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.