The CFPB has announced that it will hold a symposia series “exploring consumer protections in today’s dynamic financial services marketplace.”  Director Kraninger revealed the Bureau’s plans to hold the symposia series in her remarks yesterday to the Bipartisan Policy Council.

The announcement indicates that the series is intended to assist the Bureau in its policy

In this week’s podcast, a member of Ballard Spahr’s federal lobbying and government relations team discusses what’s in the Consumers First Act (H.R. 1500, intended to undo former CFPB Acting Director Mick Mulvaney’s actions), the impact of current House dynamics on the bill’s or specific provisions’ prospects for passage, the topics of other financial services

Director Kraninger was sharply criticized by Democrats at today’s hearing on the Bureau’s semi-annual report held by the Senate Banking Committee.

Ms. Kraninger’s opening remarks and written testimony repeated nearly verbatim her opening remarks and written testimony to the House Financial Services Committee last week.  She indicated once again that the Bureau’s primary goal would

Yesterday’s hearing on the CFPB held by the House Financial Services Committee highlighted the continuing partisan divide over the CFPB’s implementation of its consumer protection mission but with Democratic and Republican committee members switching roles from those taken at the hearings at which former Director Cordray appeared.  While Republicans took on the role of CFPB

The House Financial Services Committee has updated its website to confirm that CFPB Director Kraninger is scheduled to appear at the Committee’s hearing tomorrow entitled “Putting Consumers First? A Semi-Annual Review of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.”

The update also indicates that Director Kraninger’s appearance will be followed by a panel consisting of the following

The Senate Banking Committee has announced that it will hold a hearing on March 12, 2019 entitled “The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Semi-Annual Report to Congress” at which CFPB Director Kraninger is scheduled to appear.

Director Kraninger is also expected to appear at the hearing of the House Financial Services Committee scheduled for March 7,