As mid-year 2018 approaches, we have updated our brief deck summarizing the leadership and staffing changes among federal financial regulators, including announced nominations and resignations and expiring terms.  The first slide summaries the state of play for the principals, and the later slides provide a deeper dive on an agency-by-agency
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Financial services regulatory reform in 2018 is complex and evolving. To assist in navigating this landscape, we have prepared a reference tool that provides context and summarizes current developments across a range of key regulatory areas, agencies and actors.  We will continue to track these issues and provide updated versions
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Financial services regulatory reform in 2018 is complex and evolving. To assist in navigating this landscape, we have prepared a reference tool that provides context and summarizes current developments across a range of key regulatory areas, agencies and actors.  We will continue to track these issues and provide updated versions
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The CFPB’s announcement of a call for evidence is a welcome sign that the new leadership of the agency is thinking seriously about how it implements its mission. In the coming weeks the CFPB will publish a series of Requests for Information (RFIs) seeking public comment on the CFPB’s enforcement,
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Many have commented on the suit filed last week challenging the CFPB’s arbitration rule, but few have considered what impact, if any, the suit could have on the fast-approaching compliance date of March 19, 2018.

As a reminder, the Chamber of Commerce and other trade associations filed a long-anticipated suit
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In the run up to the August recess, the Senate confirmed 76 of President Trump’s nominees last week, including a handful of senior personnel at various financial regulatory agencies. As we continue to track personnel changes at these agencies, we have updated our brief deck summarizing the leadership and staffing
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Since the CFPB issued its Arbitration Rule in July, most commentators have focused on ways the rule may be blocked from going into effect. Chief among these is the possibility that Congress will vote to overturn the rule under the Congressional Review Act, and the House did promptly vote in
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