On Thursday, July 15, Linda Jun, senior counsel at Americans for Financial Reform Education Fund, spoke on a panel about the harms of bank overdraft fees and alternatives to the current system. She was joined by other consumer advocates and representatives from banks and financial technology firms that are creating alternatives to bank overdraft fees. The panel focused on new tools and technologies designed to help consumers avoid overdraft fees while maintaining flexible banking options.
Webinar Save the Date: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s 10th Birthday, featuring Senator Elizabeth Warren and guest panelists
Americans for Financial Reform (AFR), Public Interest Research Group (PIRG), Center for Responsible Lending (CRL), Consumer Federation of America (CFA), National Consumer Law Center (NCLC), Consumer Action and The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights invite you to attend: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s
On May 24th, AFR Policy Director Marcus Stanley participated in a virtual conference organized by the University of Colorado Law School.
Event: Displacement, Inc.: How Havenpark Capital and Enterprise Community Partners are eroding affordable housing and how residents are fighting back
AFR’s Linda Jun spoke at MH Action’s event for the release of their report “Displacement, Inc.: How Havenpark Capital and Enterprise Community Partners are eroding affordable housing and how residents are fighting back.”
AFR and the Main Street Alliance hosted the third webinar in the event series “Small Business Needs In The Biden Administration” on April 15, 2021. The panel, “Increasing Access to Capital for Black Small Businesses,” was moderated by AFR Advocacy Director Rion Dennis.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, AFR with our coalition partner, Main Street Alliance, have been advocating for more rational and equitable small business relief in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Before the pandemic, AFR promoted the need for new and innovative means to
Ten Years of Dodd-Frank: What We Need Next to Create a Resilient, Equitable, and Sustainable Economy
To mark the tenth anniversary of President Obama signing the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act into law, Americans for Financial Reform hosted a series of virtual events asking what we have learned, and what changes we think are needed now to protect consumers, uproot systemic racism, and transform finance so that it contributes to a resilient, equitable and sustainable economy.
SAVE THE DATES — July 17, July 20, Aug. 4, and more Webinar Series A Decade after Dodd-Frank: What Next? Building a Just Financial System Ten years ago this month, Congress passed, and President Obama signed into law the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer
Lisa Donner, executive director of AFR-EF spoke at a conference hosted by the Brookings Institution and the Center on Finance, Law & Policy at the University of Michigan dedicated to the landmark Dodd-Frank law, its impact on systemic risk and consumer protection, and the response to the COVID-19 crisis in both domestic and global contexts.
Linda Jun, AFR-EF senior policy counsel, participated in a webinar hosted by Demand Justice on the Seila Law vs. CFPB case that was before the Supreme Court.