Skip to main content

Trump Names Larry Kudlow as Economic Advisor

Phil Hall
Mar 14, 2018
President Trump has selected former CNBC host Larry Kudlow as the new Director of the National Economic Council

President Trump has selected former CNBC host Larry Kudlow as the new Director of the National Economic Council. He replaces Gary Cohn, a former Goldman Sachs executive who resigned earlier this month.
 
Kudlow is best known as host of “The Kudlow Report,” which aired on CNBC from 2009 to 2014; he is also a syndicated columnist. This will be his second job in the Executive Branch—he first served in the Reagan Administration as Associate Director for Economics and Planning in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and was also worked as an Advisory Committee Member for Freddie Mac.
 
Kudlow began his career as a Staff Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and went into the private sector following his Reagan Administration years to become Chief Economist and Senior Managing Director at Bear Stearns. He later became Economics Editor for National Review Online and has authored a syndicated column and several books on economic trends.

 
Published
Mar 14, 2018
CFPB Reports Trends In Financial Assistance

The latest developments from this study reveal that most consumers have exited the payment assistance they received at the start of the pandemic.

Analysis and Data
Jul 14, 2021
CFPB Orders GreenSky To Refund $9M In Unauthorized Loans

The consent order requires GreenSky to refund or cancel up to $9 million in loans for the customers harmed by this illegal conduct.

Regulation and Compliance
Jul 13, 2021
CFPB Warns Landlords And Consumer Reporting Agencies To Report Accurate Rental Information

Inaccurate rental or eviction information can unfairly block families and individuals from safe, affordable housing.

Regulation and Compliance
Jul 01, 2021
FHFA Mandates Quarterly Fair Lending Reports

FHFA issued orders for all enterprises to submit quarterly Fair Lending Reports with data and information to improve the FHFA’s capabilities. 

Regulation and Compliance
Jul 01, 2021
FHFA Follows CFPB To Protect Borrowers Once COVID-19 Foreclosure And Eviction Moratoriums End

The Federal Housing Finance Agency made it clear that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac servicers are not permitted to make first notice or filing for foreclosure that would be prohibited by the CFPB protections for borrowers affected by COVID-19.

Regulation and Compliance
Jun 30, 2021
CFPB Finds Evidence Of Redlining And Deceptive Acts In 2020

Enforcement actions resulted in more than $124 million in consumer remediation and civil money penalties in 2020

Regulation and Compliance
Jun 29, 2021