In Part II of our two-part podcast, we look at the recommendations in the Taskforce’s report concerning the use of principles-based (rather than prescriptive) regulations and CFPB licensing of non-depository institutions providing lending, money transmission or payment services.  We share our reactions to the recommendations, consider their practical implications for the industry, and discuss how the CFPB under new leadership may react to the Taskforce’s report.

Ballard Spahr attorney Alan Kaplinsky hosts the conversation with Professor Zywicki and Chris Willis, Co-Chair of Ballard Spahr’s Consumer Financial Services Practice Group.

To listen to the podcast, click here.  (Part I of the podcast is available here.)