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Jonathan Foxx Announces Launch of CFPB Forum

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jul 05, 2011

The CFPB Forum has been launched by Jonathan Foxx, president of Lenders Compliance Group, as a "discussion forum" for news and views regarding the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), an independent bureau within the Federal Reserve System created by the Dodd-Frank Act. The CFPB Forum is not associated or affiliated with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. "My firm, Lenders Compliance Group, is making this commitment to administer, monitor, maintain, and continually update the CFPB Forum," said Foxx. "If you are interested in the CFPB, this forum is for you." The CFPB Forum, located at cfpbforum.blogspot.com, has interactive discussion facilities and is shared through LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Informative articles and news will be separately published. "I welcome proposals for news and articles to be posted on the CFPB Forum. Please contact me via e-mail at [email protected] to make arrangements." There are many ways to use the CFPB Forum, including: ►Joining the Discussion Forum ►Posting articles (special feature) ►Posting news (special feature) ►Suggesting site enhancements ►Share It ►Subscribing ►Following by e-mail "This is a unique discussion venue," said Foxx, "providing a Web space for participants to better their understanding and become more informed about the CFPB."
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