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Episode 6: March 28th, 2019: Celia Winslow, Vice President, Legal & Regulatory Affairs, AFSA: Celia discusses the legal and regulatory issues for the association. Celia closely monitors a variety of federal agencies – tracking regulations, guidance, enforcement actions, reports, speeches, collection activities, and relevant news for AFSA.
Episode 5: December 13th, 2018: Philip Bohi, Vice President, Compliance Education AFSA: Philip discusses the convergence of digital technology on compliance and legal issues and how that was addressed at AFSA’s recent Annual Meeting. He also addresses AFSA’s efforts to focus on digital technology engagement and ways for members to get the maximum return from their technology partnerships.
Episode 4: November 27th, 2018: Ann Carmichael, Vice President, Federal Government Affairs, AFSA: Ann analyzes, among other topics, changes in leadership at the important House Financial Services Committee on both sides of the aisle, and how that could shape both the future legislative agenda affecting the consumer credit industry and the direction of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection.
Episode 3: October 16th, 2018: Danielle Fagre Arlowe, Senior Vice President, AFSA: In this podcast, Danielle Fagre Arlowe shares how she and her team stay on top of issues in 50 states and how proposed legislation or regulation could affect AFSA’s member companies.
Episode 2: September 20th, 2018: Bill Himpler, Executive Vice President AFSA: In this podcast, AFSA’s Jack Ferry, Vice President of Communications, interviews Bill Himpler, AFSA’s Executive Vice President and a Capitol Hill veteran, who leads AFSA’s Federal Government Relations team.
Episode 1: September 6th, 2018 Chris Stinebert, President & CEO AFSA: AFSA's Vice President of Communications Jack Ferry interviews AFSA President & CEO Chris Stinebert to discuss issues facing current and potential members in 2018.