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September 27: Bureau to Hold Credit Union Advisory Council Meeting with the Seven New Members
Posted September 11, 2018 by Chandler Schuette

The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (BCFP) will hold a meeting of its Credit Union Advisory Council on Thursday, September 27th at 9:00 AM.  The group is expected to discuss policy issues related to financial technology. This discussion will likely include the recently-issued proposal and request for comment on Trial Disclosure Programs

The meeting will feature remarks from Bureau leadership and discussion with committee members. Additional event details and Agenda are available on the Bureau’s events page. The event will also be available on live stream.

When:            September 27, 2018  1:30 PM EDT
Where:          
BCFP Headquarters, 1700 G Street N.W. Washington, DC 20552
RSVP:           
To the Open Session Here

Late last week, the BCFP announced the new members of its reconstituted Credit Union Advisory Council (CUAC). All seven of the selected CUAC members are from CUNA-member credit unions.  

CUNA actively and outspokenly supported the CUAC as a necessary source of feedback for the Bureau during our discussions with BCFP officials, including Director Mulvaney, and in a white paper submitted in response to the Bureau’s comprehensive RFI process.  We thank Director Mulvaney for his decision to adopt our recommendations and preserve the CUAC.