Professor Adam Levitin Appointed to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s New Consumer Advisory Board

Professor Adam Levitin Appointed to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s New Consumer Advisory Board

Georgetown University Law Center Professor Adam Levitin has been appointed to the new Consumer Advisory Board of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

“I am honored to join this distinguished group of consumer experts,” said Levitin. “I look forward to working with them and CFPB leadership on important issues affecting American consumers.”

Levitin and 24 other consumer experts from outside the federal government were selected for the Consumer Advisory Board for terms ranging from one to three years. The newly appointed members include experts in consumer protection, financial services, community development, fair lending, civil rights and consumer financial products or services.

Authorized by Congress through the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, the Consumer Advisory Board will advise the CFPB on a broad range of consumer financial issues and emerging market trends.

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3 Responses to “Professor Adam Levitin Appointed to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s New Consumer Advisory Board”
  1. Bobbi Swann says:

    You are sooo right Jason Werner – just look at Schneiderman in NY and how everybody thought he was a knight in shining armor when actually he’s just another wolf in sheep’s clothing. Never trusted that guy either! Don’t count on William Black getting appointed to anything….he’s too outspoken and truthful to be in a government position! hahahaha!

  2. stripes says:

    Unless the FED starts dropping bags of money on the PRIVATE SECTOR…there will be NO RECOVERY. We need our own currency.

  3. Jason Werner says:

    Don’t get excited about this; although Adam has looked friendly to justice, he is too subjective, refusing to look at the objective facts that banks are committing crimes; he has pushed for lame modifications; he is bad news, wherein you now have more proof. I never did have confidence in this guy. Just look at William Black – when you see him or Jason Werner, me, be appointed to the federal government, then you know justice is at hand.

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