July 18, 2019

Expanded Role for the FTC Ahead: Implications for Bank and Nonbank Financial Institutions

Expanded Role for the FTC Ahead: Implications for Bank and Nonbank Financial Institutions

Sponsored by: Banking Law

Date: July 30, 2019

Time: 1:30 P.M. ET 

Do you know what the Federal Trade Commission is up to these days? If not, take note! The FTC dominated the playing field on many consumer protection issues before the advent of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Following changes in agendas and leadership at the federal level, the FTC’s prominence in connection financial products and services is on the rise once again, including through enforcement activity. The FTC’s agenda may have significant implications for banks and nonbanks alike.  

Join lawyers Jonice Gray Tucker, Amanda Lawrence, and Aaron Mahler from Buckley LLP as they discuss the FTC’s consumer protection enforcement priorities and how those priorities may impact the road ahead. Topics to be discussed will include privacy and data security, debt collection, fintech, products and services offered to members of the military and veterans, UDAP, and more.

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