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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has unprecedented power and you can expect new restrictions and new regulations. You can be prepared by understanding the consumer protection requirements of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
The Dodd-Frank Act is complex, but Implementing Dodd-Frank Consumer Financial Protection Provisions breaks it down for financial institutions. You will quickly and easily understand, plan for, implement, and comply with the consumer protection provisions.
This guide will keep you organized with federal regulations recodification. As part of Sheshunoff's vision to be the most trusted provider of industry tools and solutions for the financial services professional, we have compiled a summary chart to introduce these changes to you. Learn more at CFPB Consumer Regulations Recodification.
Rather than bombard you with information about every Dodd-Frank development regarding swaps, securities, financial stability oversight, orderly liquidation and other matters, Implementing Dodd-Frank Consumer Financial Protection Provisions focuses specifically on consumer protection and the new CFPB!
Implementing Dodd-Frank Consumer Financial Protection Provisions provides:
Fully Searchable Companion CD. Implementing Dodd-Frank Consumer Financial Protection Provisions subscribers will also receive a fully searchable CD containing the complete Dodd-Frank bill, as enacted, along with the full contents of the manual. This CD is sent upon receipt of payment.
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James H. Pannabecker writes from Natural Bridge Station, Virginia, focusing on banking law and regulatory compliance. He was formerly a senior vice president and general counsel of Citicorp Mortgage, Inc., where he managed the provision of legal services for the nationwide origination of mortgage loans through Citicorp’s affiliated first mortgage lenders. Before joining Citicorp, Mr. Pannabecker served as in-house counsel to Maryland National Bank; First Virginia Banks, Inc.; and First American Mortgage. He graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 1978 and has been admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia, Georgia, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, and Virginia. See all works by Mr. Pannabecker