Conference Call to Discuss Consumer Financial Protection Agency

August 25, 2009

A conference call to discuss, H.R. 3126, the Consumer Financial Protection Agency Act, will be held at 12 p.m. EDT on Aug. 26.


A conference call to discuss, H.R. 3126, the Consumer Financial Protection Agency (CFPA) Act, will be held at 12 p.m. EDT, Aug. 26 by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.



The act would create a new and massive government agency to regulate consumer financial products. This bill extends far beyond traditional financial services products to a vast majority of the economy, in short creating a new regulatory overlay over the entire business community. 



Call details follow:

  • WHAT: U.S. Chamber Consumer Protectionism Conference Call  
  • WHEN: Wednesday, August 26, 12:00-1:00 p.m. EDT
  • HOW: Register now at http://63.236.98.205/webportal3/reg.html?Acc=9520754549&Conf=131741      
  • WHY: Dial in to learn how the CFPA Act will have a negative impact on the business community
  • WHO: Chambers, associations, and business leaders across the nation. This call is closed to the media 
  • FEATURED SPEAKERS: Ryan McKee, Senior Director, USCC; Jason Matthews, Director of Congressional Affairs, USCC

The American Land Title Association asks its membership to write Congress now and urge them to oppose the CFPA Act.



If you have questions, please contact Justin Ailes at 202.261.2937 or jailes@alta.org or Alyssa Marois at 202.261.2935 or alyssa@alta.org.



For more information on the proposed CFPA, click here.