In this webinar, we will discuss what to expect from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau under the Biden Administration. Already, Acting Director Dave Uejio has signaled a more aggressive approach to rulemaking, supervision, and enforcement, while the Director nominee, Rohit Chopra, awaits Senate confirmation. We will explore the CFPB’s likely agenda in the areas of COVID relief, mortgage, “open banking,” fair lending, UDAAP, and data security.
The presenter, Roberto J. Gonzalez, is a partner in the Washington DC office of Paul, Weiss. He previously served in senior legal positions in the federal government, including as Principal Deputy General Counsel of the CFPB, where he advised the Director on all rulemaking, enforcement actions, and significant supervisory actions. While at the CFPB, he counted Rohit Chopra as one of his internal clients.
The Office of the General Counsel of the Institute of International Bankers is accredited by the New York State CLE Board as a provider of continuing legal education. The program is being held with the intention that its attendees qualify for 1.0 CLE credit hours in areas of professional practice. The program is appropriate for experienced attorneys only. A copy of IIB's financial hardship policy is available on request. CLE materials will be provided prior to the webinar.