Speakers

Alan S. Kaplinsky
Christopher J. Willis

Program

Mr. Kaplinsky is a Co-Chair of the event as well as a contributor to the Institute’s Course Handbook. Also a contributor to the Handbook, Mr. Willis will speak on two panels during day one of the event:

The CFPB Speaks: Recent Initiatives and Upcoming Reports | 9:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Topics discussed will include:

Regulatory Developments
  • Implementation of TILA/RESPA disclosure rules
  • Proposed changes to mortgage servicing rules
  • Proposed rules and studies on prepaid accounts, debt collection, payday and deposit advance loans, overdraft fees and student loans
  • Gramm-Leach-Bliley annual privacy notices
  • Arbitration Study

Supervisory Developments

  • Proposed “Larger Participant” rule for auto finance industry
  • Adding narratives to consumer complaint database
  • “No action” letter proposal
  • Priorities going forward

Enforcement Developments

  • Important consent orders during past year
  • Status of enforcement lawsuits brought by the CFPB

Fair Lending | 11:30 AM – 12:30 AM

Topics discussed will include:

  • Current DOJ, CFPB and state agency fair lending enforcement and investigative initiatives
  • The potential impact of a decision in the Inclusive Communities case on the regulatory and litigation environment
  • Auto finance: where things stand, and where they may go with respect to dealer finance charge participation
  • Emerging areas for fair lending regulatory focus: debt collection, servicing in foreign languages, and other new frontiers

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