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CUNACFPB audio conference to discuss reg priorities
WASHINGTON (8/20/12)--Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray, Credit Union National Association (CUNA) President/CEO Bill Cheney, and CUNA staff will give the latest news on CFPB rulemaking initiatives in a pair of upcoming audio conferences.

The first audio conference, set for Aug. 30, will feature a discussion between Cordray and Cheney. Attendees will be able to ask the CFPB head and CUNA CEO directly about the CFPB's upcoming plans and what they could mean for credit unions.

In a second Sept. 6. audio conference, CUNA Deputy General Counsel Mary Dunn, CUNA Senior Assistant General Counsel Jared Ihrig and Andrea Stritzke, vice president of regulatory compliance for PolicyWorks, will discuss how recent CFPB mortgage proposals could impact credit unions.

This conference will cover the current status of the CFPB's proposed mortgage rules, what credit unions can do to help influence the final rule, and how they can prepare for the final CFPB rule. This webinar will also focus on the agency's proposed "higher-risk" mortgage appraisal rule and the recently approved Regulation B appraisal proposal.

The two audio conferences are offered as a package. Both webinars are scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. CT.

To register for the webinars, use the resource link.


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