Opening a Dialogue: Elizabeth Warren and the Mortgage Industry


Interview with Elizabeth Warren: "Opening a Dialogue - Elizabeth Warren and the Mortgage Industry"

According to news reports, Elizabeth Warren will not be chosen as the Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

Since September 2010, Professor Warren worked diligently and reliably to "stand up" the CFPB in accordance with the specified requirements of the Dodd-Frank Act.

Whether or not Professor Warren remains with the CFPB in some capacity or moves on to other venues, the views and vision that she brought to the creation of the CFPB will likely remain the standard by which the CFPB will be judged to have served its mission.

With this in mind, I would like to share my just published interview with Professor Warren, entitled:

"Opening a Dialogue: Elizabeth Warren and the Mortgage Industry"

This interview, which includes questions posed by leading mortgage industry organizations, offers a deeper insight into how the CFPB's mission may affect state law, the mortgage industry, mortgage brokers, and even educational opportunities for mortgage loan originators.


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