[Event] 27th Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute – September 19 – 20, Chicago, IL | Institute for the Practice of Law (PLI)

Included with PLI Privileged Membership

Earn up to 11.0 credit hours available

Why should you attend

2022 marks the 27th year of this exceptional program, which is considered the first consumer financial services CLE program in the country.

The CFPB, FTC, HUD and federal banking agencies continue to implement changes to embrace new priorities, including aggressive and enhanced consumer protection and the pursuit of racial justice initiatives. State regulators and attorneys general actively work with their federal partners to advance their agendas, as well as independently pursue initiatives within their own states.

The volume of private litigation, particularly focused on credit reporting, debt collection and deposit account issues, also remains high, with evolving changes based on recent case law, including from the Supreme Court.

This popular 1.5-day event brings together faculty representing a wide range of viewpoints from federal and state regulators and law enforcement officials to experienced defense, in-house attorneys and consumer advocates. who will educate you on what they are focusing on now and where the risk of private litigation, including class actions, remains high. They will focus on how the complex web of federal and state laws apply to the wide range of consumer financial services, including mortgages; automobile financing; credit, debit and prepaid cards; student loans; market and fintech lending; payday, automatic title and installment loans; and deposit accounts.

Join us and our esteemed professors for an insightful examination of the most current issues in financial services.

What you will learn

  • Learn about the current priorities of federal regulatory agencies

  • Learn about regulatory and enforcement initiatives from regulators and state attorneys general

  • Assess growing trends in state litigation

  • Hear updates on the impact of CFPB’s new debt collection rules on the regulatory and litigation fronts

  • Learn how the CFPB could use UDAAP laws to supplement coverage of Fair Lending Laws

  • Get the latest updates on credit reports, privacy and data security

  • Review litigation and regulatory trends regarding deposit accounts and retail banking

See program agenda and faculty

Special features

Earn up to a full hour of ethics credit by exploring the unique professional liability challenges practitioners face in the consumer financial services space

Who should be present

All professionals involved in consumer financial services, including attorneys, legal and compliance professionals, bankers, lenders, debt collectors, credit bureaus, consumer advocates and professors, will draw many practical lessons from this program.

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