The Consumer Financial Services Review blog provides insights from an industry-leading group of lawyers within Mayer Brown’s global Financial Services Regulatory & Enforcement practice. For more than 20 years, the Consumer Financial Services group has been recognized for its thought leadership and for providing high-caliber regulatory counseling, enforcement defense and transactional advice to a broad range of consumer financial services providers, including mortgage and auto lenders, consumer finance companies, payment companies, credit card issuers and investment banks.
For several years, Chambers and Partners has ranked the Consumer Financial Services group in the top tier for consumer regulatory work and has also rated several of its partners highly for their work as leading lawyers.
Our blog contributors have deep experience interacting with US federal agencies, including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), prudential banking agencies, and state banking and licensing departments. They follow closely the myriad developments in the consumer financial services industry, advising on these and other issues, including company formation and licensing, loan origination and servicing, secondary market investment and securitization, and examination and enforcement.