The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will hold a virtual symposium on the use of cost benefit analysis in consumer financial protection regulation.
Archive of past events
Director Kraninger will participate in a virtual town hall as part of the Milken Institute’s Summer Series.
The Bureau will highlight its special population programs for vulnerable populations, including servicemembers and older Americans.
The Bureau will provide an overview of HMDA data and the revamped HMDA Data Browser tool, and how to use the Bureau’s Data Browser tool to explore the reported data.
The Bureau will launch the revamped Paying for College tool.
This is a discussion about the Bureau’s prioritized assessment approach and how the Bureau is monitoring markets and institutions that may pose the greatest risk of consumer harm as a result of pandemic-related issues.
The Taskforce will present a high-level overview of the Taskforce’s mission, highlight trends from the comments received from the Request for Information and other public research.
The Office of Consumer Response will present the latest enhancements to the Bureau’s public-facing Consumer Complaint Database, including an all new trends feature that will enable users to view and analyze complaint data over time to help the marketplace understand current and recent conditions.
Consumer Financial Protection Week: National Diversity Council “virtual coffee break” with Director Kraninger
Director Kraninger will participate in a “virtual coffee break” with the National Diversity Coalition and the National Asian American Coalition to discuss consumer protections related to mortgages and COVID-related issues.
Symposium on student loans to discuss various topics on how to manage student loans during the COVID-19 pandemic.