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Bureau roundtables seek public input

As part of its commitment to engage stakeholders in active dialogue about key issues, the Bureau recently held three roundtables to gather feedback about the Requests for Information (RFIs) the Bureau recently issued.  

Acting Director Mick Mulvaney and Acting Deputy Director Brian Johnson, along with senior staff, hosted three roundtables at the Bureau’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. Two industry roundtables included representatives of 29 different financial services trade associations, and a third roundtable included representatives of 25 community and consumer groups.

Participants at the roundtables offered a diversity of perspectives and valuable insights into the various issues the RFIs addressed including supervision and enforcement, the consumer complaint database, and rulemaking. 

The Bureau looks forward to continuing engagement with its stakeholders through roundtables such as these, as well as other outreach activities to seek feedback on the Bureau’s approach to its work. The Bureau is grateful to all of the attendees that took time to participate and actively engage in these important discussions.

You can browse all of the recent RFIs and review the public feedback submitted.

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