Panel II: Who Should Regulate Consumer Credit Products?
This panel discussed the strengths and weaknesses of the current regulatory scheme and asked whether and how this scheme should be reformed. The Obama Administrations Consumer Financial Protection Agency proposal was considered along with other alternatives.
Michael V. Campbell, Counsel, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
oWayne A. Abernathy, Executive Vice President for Financial Institutions Policy & Regulatory Affairs, American Bankers Association
oRachel E. Barkow, Professor of Law, NYU School of Law
oDavid Berenbaum, Executive Vice President, National Community Reinvestment Coalition
oRichard Scott Carnell, Associate Professor of Law, Fordham School of Law
oEllen Lazar, Senior Advisor for Consumer Policy, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
oAdam J. Levitin, Associate Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
oRichard H. Neiman, Superintendent of Banks, New York State Banking Department
oJ. Thomas Rosch, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission
oEric Stein, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Consumer Protection, U.S. Department of the Treasury
oArthur E. Wilmarth, Jr., Professor of Law, George Washington Law School