Today I’d like to give you a high-level snapshot of what we are hearing directly from consumers through our consumer complaint process, and how we are helping consumers during this time and ensuring they have information on their rights, protections, and options.
Thank you, Secretary Mnuchin, for calling this meeting of the FSOC. In addition earlier this week, you convened the Financial Literacy and Education Commission.
Good afternoon. It would have been great to see all of you in person, but I thank you for the opportunity to be with you here today virtually during these difficult and unprecedented times.
Good morning. Despite these difficult times, I’m pleased to be with you all today to kick off my first meeting as vice-chair of the Financial Literacy and Education Commission.
During this challenging time for our nation and the world, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is diligently working to protect consumers in the financial services marketplace and providing Americans with much needed peace of mind.
I’m thrilled for the invitation to address members of the Credit Union National Association. Since becoming Director in December 2018, I have appreciated the cooperative relationship the Bureau has with CUNA.
Chairwoman Waters, Ranking Member McHenry, and Members of the Committee, thank you for this opportunity to provide our semiannual update on the Bureau’s important work. It is my honor and privilege to serve and protect American consumers.
Thank you, Attorney General Landry. It is a pleasure to be here with you all today as you meet to discuss so many pressing and important issues.
Thank you, Rob, for that kind introduction. I’m honored for the invitation to speak at your conference.
Good morning. I am excited to welcome everyone to today’s symposium on Section 1071 of the Dodd-Frank Act.
Good morning. I am excited to welcome everyone to today’s symposium on “Behavioral Economics and Consumer Financial Services Policy”.
Good afternoon. Thank you all for coming today. Today’s symposium is part of a broader effort on the part of the Bureau to engage experts in various fields on legal and policy issues. An important motivation for the symposia series is to give these legal and policy issues a fresh look, and that is precisely what we are doing and will do.
Thank you, Ruth, for that kind introduction, and thanks for having me. I’m delighted to be here at the 10th Annual National Consumer Empowerment Conference.
The Bureau is also tasked with the mission of facilitating innovation and access to financial products and services for consumers. To achieve this portion of our mission to protect consumers, the Bureau has been updating our innovation policies and engaging with a variety of stakeholders, as well as collaborating with other federal, state, and global regulators on these issues.
Thank you for joining us. Today’s global settlement is the result of a strong partnership between the Bureau, the Federal Trade Commission, and the states.
Thank you for that introduction, and thanks for having me. I’m delighted to be here to spend time with such a distinguished group of experts and leaders in financial and economic policy.
Good morning. Thank you to all of you for coming today. I am delighted to kick off the Bureau’s new symposia series with an important topic: abusive acts or practices under Section 1031 of the Dodd-Frank Act.
Thank you all for coming today. I am delighted to be here to help kick off the Bureau’s symposia series. As we saw from this morning’s session, we are off to a great start. The purpose of this series is to provide a robust, proactive, and transparent dialogue to help the Bureau execute its mission and policy development process.
Remarks to the CATO Institute's Summit on Financial Inclusion (as prepared for delivery).
Thank you all for coming. I’m delighted to be at my first CFPB town hall. Philadelphia has always been a special place to me. With Independence Hall as the foundation, this city always reminds me of the importance of democracy and public service.
Speech at the Bipartisan Policy Center By Kathleen L. Kraninger Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Thank you to our hosts for the invitation, and to all of you for coming today. I’m particularly honored to be at a forum focused on bringing people together from across the political spectrum to forge commonsense solutions for the pressing issues facing our Nation.
Remarks to the George Mason University Law & Economics Center's Ninth Annual Financial Services Symposium (as prepared for delivery).
Remarks to Consumer Action (as prepared for delivery).
Good morning. I would like to thank the Tampa community for hosting us so graciously and all of you for being here today. Since we established the Consumer...
CFPB Director Cordray explains why the arbitration rule will benefit consumers.