Regulatory Enforcement and Examination Roundtable: The View from Federal and State Agencies and Attorneys General on New and Emerging Initiatives, Enforcement Actions, Examination Procedures, and Investigations

July 28, 2016 10:45am

Jedd Bellman
Assistant Commissioner
Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation, Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation

Bryan Greene
General Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Richard L. Bischoff
Assistant Attorney General Consumer Protection Division
Office of the Texas Attorney General

Lara A. Sutherlin
Assistant Attorney General Consumer Protection Unit
Wisconsin Department of Justice

R. Stephen Stigall
Attorney-in-Charge, Camden Branch Office
United States Attorney’s Office, District of New Jersey

Tom James
Senior Assistant Attorney General Consumer Counsel – Consumer Fraud Bureau
Office of the Illinois Attorney General

Richard Hayes
Deputy Chief, Civil Division
U.S. Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of New York

David A. O’Toole
Senior Staff Attorney
Federal Trade Commission


Michael Gordon

Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP Former Senior Counselor to the Director of the CFPB

  • Assessing the types of investigations and actions that are being brought against financial institutions
  • What are the biggest areas of concern for federal agencies and state attorneys general right now?
  • Pitfalls to avoid when working with federal agencies and state attorneys general
  • What to expect during an examination
  • Regulatory enforcement and examination perspectives
  • How will the CFPB, the FTC, and other federal agencies coordinate investigations, enforcement actions, and settlements with state agencies and attorneys general?
  • The impact of eased preemption under Dodd-Frank and where financial institutions can expect changes
  • Effectively responding to investigations