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CFPB Director Chopra Speaks to the Media: A Look at the Takeaways, with Special Guest Jon Hill of Law360

September 15, 2022
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Jon Hill was among a group of reporters to whom Director Chopra recently gave a series of interviews in which he provided significant insights into his views on a range of topics. We review recent CFPB and other agency developments that provide context for Mr. Chopra’s comments, discuss what his comments reveal about his approach to use of CFPB authorities, and highlight the important takeaways for banks and other companies. Topics covered include entry of big tech into financial services, Section 1033 rulemaking, application of UDAAP to discrimination, Military Lending Act, bank/nonbank partnerships, buy-now-pay-later, payday lending, overdraft/NSF fees, and artificial intelligence/machine learning.

Alan Kaplinsky, Ballard Spahr Senior Counsel, hosts the conversation joined by Michael Gordon and Ronald Vaske, partners in the firm’s Consumer Financial Services Group, and Mindy Harris, Brian Turetsky, and Rinaldo Martinez, Of Counsel to the Group.

A transcript of the recording will be available soon.

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