The CFPB Adds Five to Its Executive Team

first_img Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Related Articles Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago December 1, 2020 1,274 Views The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced additions to its executive team. According to a press release, the bureau—”which helps consumer finance markets work by regularly identifying and addressing outdated, unnecessary, or unduly burdensome regulations, by making rules more effective, by consistently enforcing federal consumer financial law, and by empowering consumers to take more control over their economic lives”—has added the following to its staff:Matthew R. Bettenhausen serves as Senior Advisor and Counselor to the Director. Bettenhausen has more than 17 years of federal service, principally as an Assistant United States Attorney with the Department of Justice in the Northern District of Illinois (Chicago).  There he served as Associate Chief of the Criminal Division and Acting Chief of Appeals, among other supervisory positions, and engaged in many complex financial crime investigations and prosecutions. Bettenhausen earned his B.S. in Accountancy (currently a licensed CPA in Illinois) and J.D. from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.Chris Chilbert is the Chief Information Officer in the CFPB’s Operations Division. Chilbert has more than 20 years of federal service. Before joining the Bureau, he served as Assistant Inspector General for Information Technology at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General where he led their adoption of modern management practices and technologies. Chilbert is a veteran of the U.S. Navy submarine force. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy and a Master of Business Administration from the College of William and Mary.Janis K. Pappalardo is the Associate Director for Research, Markets, and Regulations.  Prior to joining the CFPB, Pappalardo served as Assistant Director for Consumer Protection at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).  In that capacity, she led the only division in the FTC’s Bureau of Economics devoted to the consumer protection mission. Pappalardo has served at the FTC for more than three decades and started as an economist conducting and initiating independent analyses on consumer protection matters. She earned her doctoral and master’s degrees from Cornell University and bachelor’s degree from The Catholic University of America.Donna Roy is the CFPB’s COO. Her management experience of over 35 years spans working with Fortune 200 Financial Services companies through small, start-up experience as an entrepreneur. Roy served previously as the CFPB’s Chief Information Officer. Before joining CFPB, she served for 13 years in several positions of increasing responsibility at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, with leadership excellence recognized by both industry and federal government awards. She has over 20 years of federal government experience as a leader focused on innovative, customer-focused solutions within dynamic environments. Roy is a United States Marine Corps veteran and a graduate of Wades College in Dallas.Deborah Royster is the Assistant Director, Office for Older Americans. Before joining CFPB, Royster served as CEO of Seabury Resources for Aging, a nonprofit organization that provides affordable housing, transportation, care management, and other support services to older adults and family caregivers in the Washington, D.C. region. Royster is a graduate of the University of Maryland and the University of Virginia School of Law. 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Police probe general who allegedly issued travel letter for graft fugitive Djoko Tjandra

first_imgHe said that person was currently under investigation by the police’s internal affairs division (Propam).”The head of the bureau made the travel letter on his own initiative,” Argo said as quoted by kompas.com on Wednesday. “If the investigation proved his involvement, he would be dismissed from his position.”Read also: House mulls creating special committee to probe failure to detect fugitive Djoko Tjandra’s returnDjoko, a convict in a high-profile Bank Bali corruption case, has remained at large for more than a decade ever since he fled to Papua New Guinea following his conviction in June 2009. He reportedly returned to Indonesia without being detected by the Immigration Office and filed a review of his case in early June.He reportedly obtained an e-ID card from the South Grogol subdistrict in Jakarta on June 8 and a passport on June 27. However, his whereabouts now remain unknown to the authorities.Bareskrim chief Insp. Gen. Listyo Sigit Prabowo said earlier on Wednesday that he had ordered the Propam to investigate the matter upon learning about the allegations, adding that he would take stern measures against the person involved in the case.House of Representatives deputy speaker Sufmi Dasco Ahmad also called on the police to check the validity of the letter. “We must confirm whether the letter was true, which institution and who is responsible for the issuance of the letter,” the Gerindra Party politician told The Jakarta Post.Topics : The National Police have launched an investigation into a police general at the Criminal Investigation Department (Bareskrim) who reportedly issued a letter for fugitive and graft convict Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra that allowed him to travel within the country. The case first came to light after watchdog Indonesia Police Watch (IPW) reported that the head of the Civil Servant Investigator Supervisory and Coordination Bureau at Bareskrim, Brig. Gen. Prasetyo Utomo, had signed a travel letter on June 18, allowing Djoko to fly from Jakarta to Pontianak in West Kalimantan on June 19 and return on June 22 in his capacity as a consultant.National Police spokesperson Insp. Gen. Argo Yuwono admitted on Wednesday that the travel letter was issued by a police general and head of a bureau within the force, although he stopped short of mentioning the person’s name.last_img read more