The CFPB will be participating in the FTC’s second “Debt Collection Dialogue” to be held in Dallas, Texas on September 29, 2015.  Gregory Nodler, CFPB Senior Counsel for Enforcement Policy and Strategy, is scheduled to be a panelist.  The program will include a discussion of enforcement actions, consumer complaints, compliance issues, industry best practices, and how regulatory enforcement actions are investigated and pursued.  Mr. Nolder also represented the CFPB at the FTC’s first such program that was held on June 15, 2015 in Buffalo, New York.

Other scheduled panelists at the Dallas program include Christopher Koegel, Assistant Director of the FTC’s Division of Financial Practices, and Jessica Lesser, Managing Attorney of the Dallas Regional Office of the Texas Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division.  The program is free and open to the public.  Pre-registration is encouraged.

A third “Debt Collection Dialogue” is scheduled to held in Atlanta, Georgia  on November 18, 2015.