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Responsive Document - CREW: Federal Reserve Board of Governors: Regarding Efforts to Influence Financial Regulatory Reform: 6/13/2012 -PDF 2

Responsive Document - CREW: Federal Reserve Board of Governors: Regarding Efforts to Influence Financial Regulatory Reform: 6/13/2012 -PDF 2

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On March 26, 2010, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed Freedom of Information Act requests with several agencies for records related to their efforts to influence financial regulatory reform currently being considered by Congress. Several agencies likely to be impacted by reform legislation have waged an intense turf battle to try to preserve their roles and power. CREW’s request specifically seeks all correspondence between eight agencies – Department of the Treasury, Federal Reserve Board, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Office of Thrift Supervision, National Credit Union Administration, Security and Exchange Commission, and Commodities Futures Trading Commission – and Congress related to the key financial regulatory proposals and suggestions. These records will help the public understand how these agencies have tried to influence Congress and whether these efforts were proper.
On March 26, 2010, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed Freedom of Information Act requests with several agencies for records related to their efforts to influence financial regulatory reform currently being considered by Congress. Several agencies likely to be impacted by reform legislation have waged an intense turf battle to try to preserve their roles and power. CREW’s request specifically seeks all correspondence between eight agencies – Department of the Treasury, Federal Reserve Board, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Office of Thrift Supervision, National Credit Union Administration, Security and Exchange Commission, and Commodities Futures Trading Commission – and Congress related to the key financial regulatory proposals and suggestions. These records will help the public understand how these agencies have tried to influence Congress and whether these efforts were proper.

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"MMiller,Andrew"09/25/200909:47AMToundisclosed-recipients:;ccSubjectCFPADiscussionDraft
Attached is the CFPA discussion draft 
 Not Responsive
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[DISCUSSION DRAFT]
SEPTEMBER 25, 2009
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
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This Act may be cited as the ‘‘Consumer Financial
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Protection Agency Act of 2009’’.
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SEC. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
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The table of contents for this Act is as follows:
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Sec.1.Short title.Sec.2.Table of contents.TITLE I—CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION AGENCYSec.101.Definitions.Subtitle A—Establishment of the Agency Sec.111.Establishment of the Consumer Financial Protection Agency.Sec.112.Director.Sec.113.Consumer Financial Protection Oversight Board.Sec.114.Executive and administrative powers.Sec.115.Administration.Sec.116.Consumer Advisory Board.Sec.117.Coordination.Sec.118.Reports to the Congress.Sec.119.Funding; fees and assessments; penalties and fines.Sec.120.Amendments relating to other administrative provisions.Sec.120A.Effective date.Subtitle B—General Powers of the Director and Agency Sec.121.Mandate and objectives.Sec.122.Authorities.Sec.123.Simultaneous and coordinated supervisory action.Sec.124.Limitations on authority of agency and director.Sec.125.Collection of information; confidentiality regulations.Sec.126.Monitoring; assessments of significant regulations; reports.Sec.127.Authority to restrict mandatory predispute arbitration.Sec.128.Registration and supervision of nondepository covered persons.Sec.129.Effective date.Subtitle C—Specific AuthoritiesSec.131.Prohibiting unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices.Sec.132.Disclosures.Sec.133.Sales practices.
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Sec.134.Pilot disclosures.Sec.135.Adopting operational standards to deter unfair, deceptive, or abusivepractices.Sec.136.Duties.Sec.137.Consumer rights to access information.Sec.138.Prohibited acts.Sec.139.Effective date.Subtitle D—Preservation of State LawSec.141.Relation to State law.Sec.142.Preservation of enforcement powers of States.Sec.143.State law preemption standards for national banks and subsidiariesclarified.Sec.144.Visitorial standards.Sec.145.Clarification of law applicable to nondepository institution subsidi-aries.Sec.146.State law preemption standards for Federal savings associations andsubsidiaries clarified.Sec.147.Visitorial standards.Sec.148.Clarification of law applicable to nondepository institution subsidi-aries.Sec.149.Effective date.Subtitle E—Enforcement PowersSec.151.Definitions.Sec.152.Investigations and administrative discovery.Sec.153.Hearings and adjudication proceedings.Sec.154.Litigation authority.Sec.155.Relief available.Sec.156.Referrals for criminal proceedings.Sec.157.Employee protection.Sec.158.Effective date.Subtitle F—Transfer of Functions and Personnel; Transitional ProvisionsSec.161.Transfer of certain functions.Sec.162.Designated transfer date.Sec.163.Savings provisions.Sec.164.Transfer of certain personnel.Sec.165.Incidental transfers.Sec.166.Interim authority of the Secretary.Subtitle G—Regulatory ImprovementsSec.171.Collection of deposit account data.Sec.172.Small business data collection.Subtitle H—Conforming AmendmentsSec.181.Amendments to the Inspector General Act of 1978.Sec.182.Amendments to the Privacy Act of 1974.Sec.183.Amendments to the Alternative Mortgage Transaction Parity Act of 1982.Sec.184.Amendments to the Consumer Credit Protection Act.Sec.185.Amendments to the Expedited Funds Availability Act.
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