Consumer Protection Act & What It Means to You

Wednesday, October 6, 2010 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

The Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act significantly modified the consumer protection landscape. The act created a new financial protection regulator with broad enforcement powers, modified the federal preemption standard applicable to national banks and federal savings associations and added a wide range of anti-predatory and mortgage reform laws.

Join experts from Bryan Cave LLP and BKD, LLP to hear what this reform could mean for you now and in the future.  Our presenters will discuss the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, federal pre-emption standards, new mortgage loan originator compensation rules, debit card interchange fee limits, numerous new mortgage-lending rules and more.

If you are interested in attending, please register online for this free webinar.

About the Presenters

As a member of BKD National Financial Services Group, BKD Partner Sean Kulczycki leads the firm’s regulatory compliance team, and he has more than 19 years of experience. Sean provides customized training on regulatory issues, assists financial institutions with policy development and provides support to clients needing assistance with obscure regulatory requirements. Before joining BKD, Sean worked for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for seven years, where he specialized in compliance and CRA examinations.

John ReVeal is the Financial Institutions Group’s lead regulatory and compliance lawyer in Bryan Cave’s Washington, D.C., office. John focuses on financial institution regulation and transactions. His nearly 20 years of experience includes advising on consumer protection and privacy regulations, working with state and federally chartered banks and savings institutions, credit card and prepaid card issuers, mortgage lenders, consumer finance companies and other providers of financial services and products.