CFPB: What is New Regulator’s Role?

CFPB: What is New Regulator’s Role?

Jul 18, 2013 | News


The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, established under Dodd-Frank, is the newest member of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council.

What that means for some U.S. banking institutions is an additional layer of regulatory oversight. But how are the CFPB’s policies expected to impact information security and risk management?

Sabine Zimmer

Sabine is Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Shared Assessments. Sabine enjoys collaborating across teams to build a stronger risk management community. When she's not at work, she is outdoors in the Southwest with her family.

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