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The CFPB: Applying the lessons of the financial crisis

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This Thursday afternoon, we’re hosting an event in Philadelphia where Raj Date and local leaders will discuss the lessons learned from the mortgage market meltdown and how those lessons can be applied to the consumer bureau’s work moving forward. The CFPB is the first agency with the primary responsibility of making consumer financial markets work for American consumers, responsible providers, and the economy as a whole.

We want the public to be part of it.

If you’re in the Philadelphia area, we hope you’ll join us. To attend, please email your full name and any organizational affiliation to sept15@consumerfinance.gov

Raj Date is the Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury for the CFPB, and he’ll be introduced by Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter. He’ll also participate in a discussion moderated by Philadelphia Inquirer Columnist Jeff Gelles.

Event details

Who

The Honorable Michael A. Nutter, Mayor of Philadelphia
Mr. Raj Date, Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury for the CFPB
Mr. Jeff Gelles, Columnist, Philadelphia Inquirer

What

Lessons Learned from the Financial Crisis

When

Thursday, September 15, 2011
12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Where

National Constitution Center
Kirby Auditorium
525 Arch Street
Philadelphia, Pa.
Map & directions

  • marketing Lynchburg VA

    If anything is learned from the past meltdown I will be surprised. I think we may be in for a even bigger fall very soon. Hope I am wrong. http://21stcenturymarketinginc.com/

  • http://www.intervalstraining.net/what_is_interval_training/ Hiit

    What lessons will we learn from this financial crisis and will we eventually slip back to our old ways?

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