A Look Inside the CFPB
07.29.2015 - 07.29.2015 (o & me)
2 PM ET, 1 PM CT, Noon MT and 11 PT Online via Adobe Connect
Join us as 2 senior CFPB staff members detail the background and history of the CFPB. They will share the organization's current areas of focus as well as provide insight into areas that may be focused on in the future.
Jennifer Stockett, Senior Advisor in the Office of Financial Institutions within External Affairs, CFPB
Jennifer manages some of the many important relationships that interface with the Bureau and with Bureau staff. Jennifer joined the Bureau in June 2014 from the FDIC where she was responsible for policy and loss mitigation on failed bank assets and then large bank resolution plan reviews. Prior to the FDIC, Jennifer worked on the loan modification program at Treasury. Before re-joining the federal government, Jennifer spent the majority of her career working for financial institutions in a multitude of business areas including capital markets at Fannie Mae, originations at Wachovia/Wells Fargo, failed bank asset disposition at the Resolution Trust Corporation and corporate bond trading at Bear Stearns.
Dan Smith, Assistant Director of the Office of Financial Institutions and Business Liaison, CFPB
Prior to his work at CFPB, he served as the Director for Industry and State Relations at Freddie Mac. While at Freddie Mac, Mr. Smith served as the Director of Industry and State Relations and was responsible for legislative, regulatory, and industry issues in all 50 states. Mr. Smith managed Freddie Mac’s relationships with the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the minority realtor groups, and state realtor associations. Mr. Smith joined Freddie Mac having spent 15 years lobbying Governors, Attorneys General, State Agencies, and Legislative bodies in all 50 states on behalf of direct marketers and publishers, fortune 500 companies, international publishers, and three trade associations as Vice President at Dehart and Darr Associates.
Mr. Smith is a leading authority on state legislative process and has an in depth knowledge of consumer protection laws and regulations in the areas of foreclosure prevention, mortgage and banking related issues, privacy, direct marketing, and publishing.
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