2022 CFPB Roundup: How Far Did They Get and Where Are They Going Next?

December 7, 2022
Previously Recorded
Event details
December 7, 2022
12:00 am
Previously Recorded

Event summary

No products or providers were off limits in 2022, as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau expanded its reach into the old (mortgage, auto, deposits and credit and prepaid cards) and the new (Big Data, institutional student lending, privacy, and buy now, pay later). Our financial services enforcement team highlighted lessons learned in 2022 and what this means as we look to 2023. Areas of discussion included:

  • Litigation by and against the CFPB
  • 2022 Consent Order themes
  • 2022 Supervisory Highlights themes
  • Predictions for 2023


For more information, please email Rebecca Lanz.

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