In October 2023, the CFPB issued a groundbreaking proposal on personal financial data.  This episode, which repurposes a webinar, begins with a review of the background of the rulemaking.  We then discuss key provisions of the proposal, including the entities, data, and financial products and services that would be covered, the obligations that would be imposed on covered entities, and exceptions to the proposal’s requirements.  We also look at the compliance timeline, practical takeaways, and the proposal’s operational impact on covered entities.  We conclude with a discussion of the CFPB’s advisory opinion dealing with consumer requests for information.  

Alan Kaplinsky, Senior Counsel in Ballard Spahr’s Consumer Financial Services Group, moderates the discussion joined by Ronald Vaske, a partner in the Group, Kristen Larson, Of Counsel in the Group, and Gregory Szewczyk, a Ballard Spahr partner and Practice Leader of the firm’s Privacy and Data Security Group.

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