Acting Comptroller Hsu To Deliver Keynote In Person At CBA LIVE 2021

Billy Rielly

WASHINGTON – CBA President and CEO Richard Hunt today announced Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu will deliver a keynote address in person at CBA LIVE 2021 on August 18th in Orlando, Florida.

 

“As the first in person conference focused entirely on retail banking since the COVID-19 pandemic began, CBA LIVE 2021 will provide industry leaders the opportunity to reconnect, reflect on the pivotal role banks played during the last 17 months and preview the trends and challenges they face as the economy continues to recover. I am excited Mr. Hsu will deliver a keynote address in person and look forward to the insight he can provide on the latest regulatory news related to CRA, cryptocurrency, and other pressing topics affecting retail banks.”

 

Recognizing the broad authority of the OCC and the impact of its decisions on financial institutions and consumers, Hsu stated in an interview last week with American Banker, while there is “a difference between an acting comptroller and a confirmed comptroller,” “if there are pressing issues that have to be dealt with, they have to be dealt with,” adding, “it would be a disservice to both the agency, the banking system, to the future comptroller, not to deal with those things.”

 

What is CBA LIVE?

 

Entering its 12th year, CBA LIVE is the must-attend annual event for the retail banking industry, where senior bankers and industry leaders gather from across the country to experience this premier event. CBA LIVE offers top-notch programming tailored toward professionals motivated to learn new trends and share ideas with the most influential decision makers in the business. 

 

More information on CBA LIVE 2021 is available HERE. Media interested in attending should contact Billy Rielly at brielly@consumerbankers.com.

 

 

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About the Consumer Bankers Association:

The Consumer Bankers Association represents America’s leading retail banks. We promote policies to create a stronger industry and economy. Established in 1919, CBA’s corporate member institutions account for 1.7 million jobs in America, extend roughly $4 trillion in consumer loans and provide $275 billion in small business loans annually. Follow us on Twitter @consumerbankers.