CFPB consumer, community bank, credit union advisory panels set to meet in two weeks

The three advisory committees that give consumer, community bank, and credit union perspectives to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on its actions under federal consumer financial laws are set to hold online public meetings Nov. 2 and 3, according to notices Wednesday in the Federal Register.

The Consumer Advisory Board (CAB) is set to meet Nov. 2 from 1-5 p.m. Eastern, one notice states. The only agenda topic noted presently is a discussion of “broad policy matters related to the Bureau’s Unified Regulatory Agenda and general scope of authority.” A more detailed agenda is slated to be published on the bureau’s website by noon Nov. 1.

On Nov. 3, both the Community Bank Advisory Council (CBAC) and Credit Union Advisory Council (CUAC) will meet from 1-5 p.m. Eastern. The agenda topic noted is the same for the CAB meeting, with a final agenda slated for publication online by noon Nov. 2. (The CBAC and CUAC focus on the CFPB’s actions affecting institutions with assets of $10 million or less.)

Those who wish to participate in the CAB meeting must RSVP by noon Nov. 1 via this link:​jfe/​form/​SV_​4Mie024lGoE737M.

Those wishing to participate in the CBAC-CUAC meeting have until noon Nov. 2 to RSVP, using this link:​jfe/​form/​SV_​5cquaM1xPpg9pFc.

Members of the public will receive the agenda and dial-in information when they RSVP, according to the notices. Comments may also be submitted seven days in advance of either meeting by email to

CAB meeting notice in F.R.

CBAC meeting notice in F.R.

CUAC meeting notice in F.R.