The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston hosted the 14th Annual National Consumer Protection Week Conference, a symposium for consumer professionals, on Tuesday, February 24, 2004. This conference was open to consumer advocates; social workers; elder service providers; community group representatives; state, city, town and government officials, and other professionals who serve as consumer information resources. Presentations are available as portable document format (PDF) files. Adobe's free Acrobat Reader software is required to view and print PDFs.
Registration and Coffee
Carol Lewis, Compliance Specialist & Bank Examiner, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Panel One: Regulatory Update
Panel Two: Personal Financial Information: Regulatory Safeguards and Potential Pitfalls
Demonstration: Credit Card Wallet
Panel Three: New Technology: Pros & Cons of RFID Tracking
MA State Senator Jarrett Barrios
"A View from the State House: Where is Consumer Protection Going in 2004?"