As a result of Donald Trump’s election as President, coupled with the Democrats’ failure to wrest control of the House or Senate from the Republicans, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) can be expected to undergo significant changes that are likely to have the effect of reducing the agency’s impact.

However, what that impact will be, and how other federal and state agencies may react to the change in administration, carries tremendous significance to the financial services industry. In this webinar, we will discuss the reforms the CFPB is likely to undergo in a Trump administration, as well as preview the implications for other federal and state regulatory agencies.


  • Effect of PHH decision on replacement of CFPB Director Richard Cordray;
  • Likely changes to CFPB structure and funding;
  • Implications for supervisory and enforcement activity;
  • Implications for pending and future rulemakings, including rules on arbitration, payday lending, debt collection; and,
  • Implications for the future activities of other agencies, including the federal banking regulators, the FTC, state attorneys general and state financial services regulators.

Date & Time

Wednesday, November 30, 2016
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET


Alan S. Kaplinsky
Practice Group Leader
Consumer Financial Services Group

Keynote Presenter

Isaac Boltansky
Director of Policy Research
Compass Point Research and Trading


Christopher J. Willis
Practice Leader, Litigation
Consumer Financial Services

Kenneth M. Jarin
Government Relations, Regulatory Affairs and Contracting