BAI Webinar

What’s happening at
the CFPB and why
nonbanks should care

RECORDED: April 6, 2021
TIME: 1:00 - 1:45 PM CT

The change in the presidential administration has many nonbank financial services leaders on their toes as they watch and wait to understand the implications. This complimentary BAI Webinar will take a closer look at what debt collectors and alternative lenders need to know about the developing regulatory landscape.

So, what is happening at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and how will it affect your nonbank organization?

Join us for 45 minutes, including live Q&A with a leading regulatory expert, to find out.

Key takeaways will include:

  • An overview and analysis of recent communications from the CFPB
  • Noteworthy developments to help you prioritize compliance goals for your organization
  • A view of the lay of the land at the CFPB in a Biden administration


Dara Tarkowski
Managing Partner
Actuate Law

Dara has represented clients in both criminal and civil matters before state attorneys general, the CFPB, FTC, SEC, and other state and federal regulators. In addition to her legal practice, thousands have tuned in to Dara’s podcast, Tech on Reg, hosted on the world’s number one FinTech podcast platform, Media. She is also a regular contributor to the podcast, Breaking Banks, the world’s number one FinTech podcast.

As Chief Innovation Strategist to Actuate’s Regtech subsidiary, quointec, Dara was named to Innovate Finance’s 2019 Women in Fintech Powerlist.

Brian O’Connor

Leading BAI’s Learning & Development Product Management, Brian has more than fifteen years of experience creating regulated professional education for a variety of industries, including Financial Services compliance and Mortgage licensure.

Brian has a detailed understanding of not only courseware instructional design, but also the latest learning management system’s functionality. Over the course of Brian’s career, the educational tools he has helped create have been used by more than a million people to reach their professional goals.