Please join Troutman Pepper Partner Chris Willis and his colleagues Stefanie Jackman, Caleb Rosenberg, and Chris Capurso for the second installment of our special two-part series about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) recent policy statement on abusiveness. In Part 2, the panel discusses specific examples cited in the policy statement, as well as lessons learned about what constitutes abusiveness and what doesn’t from the CFPB’s perspective.

Transcript: CFPB’s Policy Statement on Abusiveness (Part 2) (PDF)

CFS Partner Stefanie Jackman devotes her practice to assisting financial services institutions facing state and federal government investigations and examinations, counseling them on complex compliance issues, as well as defending them in individual and class-action lawsuits. Stefanie represents clients across the financial services industry, including banks and nonbanks, mortgage banking lenders and servicers, debt collectors and buyers, third-party service providers, health care and medical revenue cycle service providers, credit and prepaid card companies, auto lenders, and fintechs. She regularly advises her clients on issues arising under an array of federal and state consumer financial laws, including UDAP/UDAAP statutes, the FDCPA, FCRA, TCPA, EFTA, SCRA, and TILA.

CFS Associate Caleb Rosenberg focuses his practice on helping small business finance companies, banks, fintech companies, and licensed lenders navigate regulatory risks posed by state and federal laws. He has experience performing regulatory due diligence on financial technology companies and assisting clients in responding to regulatory inquiries.

CFS Associate Chris Capurso focuses his practice on consumer financial services law, primarily on federal and state law compliance matters. Chris regularly advises financial institutions, lenders, and sales finance companies in the development and maintenance of closed-end and open-end lending, automobile finance, fintech, point-of-sale, solar finance, small dollar, and other credit programs.