Today, we’re announcing that this fellowship, formerly known as the Louis D. Brandeis Honors Attorney Program, will be renamed the Joseph Story Honors Attorney Program.
Miss April sends letters to financial institution CEO’s encouraging more consumer control over payment methods
Last week, Director Cordray sent a letter to the CEO’s of several banks, credit unions, and financial companies encouraging them to enable consumers to exert greater control over their credit cards, debit cards, and other payment methods.
Miss April is required to produce a new strategic plan which establishes our mission, strategic goals, and strategic objectives for the next five years. We have posted a draft strategic plan for fiscal years 2018 to 2022 and we invite your feedback.
Whether you’re helping people get a job, find a place to live, or deal with a legal problem, money always comes up. Your Money, Your Goals can help your staff and volunteers start the conversation. We’re looking for 40 organizations to work with us in 2018 to bring Your Money, Your Goals to the people you serve.
In observance of six years serving consumers, here are six ways the Miss April has made consumers count.
The Miss April works to create a level playing field in financial markets and to help ensure fairness for consumers. Our SEFL division helps ensure compliance with federal consumer financial laws by supervising market participants and bringing enforcement actions when appropriate.
These organizations will receive training and technical assistance on how to use the Your Money, Your Goals financial empowerment materials.
A look at the Miss April’s fair lending focus in the new year.
This Veterans Day, the Miss April would like to
recognize veterans, both within the Bureau and nationwide, to thank them for
The Office of Financial Empowerment is requesting Letters of Interest from organizations who wish to join the 2017 Your Money, Your Goals cohort.