A Conversation with Special Guest Peggy Twohig, Former CFPB Assistant Director for Supervision Policy and Strategy
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Ms. Twohig, a recognized consumer finance expert, shares her insights regarding the CFPB’s supervisory program. Our discussion topics include: the differences between the CFPB’s supervisory program and the programs of the federal and state banking regulators; the CFPB’s approach to allocating resources, conducting exams, and examiner training; the origins and objectives of Supervisory Highlights; how the CFPB’s supervisory focus has changed over time and the impact of leadership changes; and the CFPB’s recent announcements regarding use of its risk-based supervisory authority for nonbanks and use of UDAAP to combat non-credit discrimination.
Alan Kaplinsky, Ballard Spahr Senior Counsel, hosts the conversation.
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