Show Notes:

Section 1033 of Dodd-Frank authorized the #CFPB to write rules around personal financial data rights. Former CFPB Assistant Director, Corey Stone, joins the podcast to discuss the goals of 1033 and whether the proposals went far enough. 

The data landscape has changed since Congress included this “sleeper” section into the Act. Corey believes the last decade shows us that industry has caught up to what Congress had in mind back in 2011 and therefore the CFPB’s proposals may not be such a heavy lift after all. The question remains whether this will promote competition as the CFPB’s narrative suggests, or will it, like most regulations, result in a “too small to succeed” scenario. 


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