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Dear friends and colleagues:
On behalf of the National Asian American Coalition and in partnership with the Federal Trade Commission, I would like to invite you to participate in a training and roundtable discussion with FTC senior officials from their national DC office to discuss numerous areas of interest that affect our communities.
· Fraud Affecting Immigrant Communities
· Debt Collection
· Job Scams and Business Opportunity Fraud
· Mortgage and Foreclosure Fraud
· Internet Fraud
· Identity Theft Training
· Training will be provided on how to report these fraudulent activities and work with FTC’s local regional office to combat unfair or fraudulent practices.
This workshop/roundtable discussion will be held on Friday, May 11, 2012 at the National Asian American Coalition’s San Diego office located at 9580 Black Mountain Road, Suite A from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm.
We look forward to your participation.
Please RSVP via the following link (https://bit.ly/NAACFTC) by Monday, May 7, 2012.
If you have any questions, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will respond to your inquiry promptly.
National Asian American Coalition
**FROM LETTER TO EDITOR**
Your editorial “So Much for the Volcker Rule” (Oct. 24) mocking regulator confusion and uncertainty relating to the Volcker Rule is shared by the minority community. We have paid such a heavy price over the last few years due to lack of regulatory certainty and enforcement.
On Oct. 21, we became the first Main Street groups to file criticisms with the federal regulatory agencies on the problems that they have created in attempting to interpret and eventually enforce the Volcker Rule, through 298 pages of commentary. We contend that any document a thousand times longer than either the Gettysburg Address or the Ten Commandments is suspect on its face. We concur with your analysis that effective Volcker Rule enforcement will require high bank-capital standards and that the essence of the problem may be too-big-to-fail banks. This includes the top 10 that control more than 60% of all FDIC-insured deposits.
Perhaps it is time to give priority to Mr. Volcker’s original and relatively simple three-page letter to the president on the elimination of risky activities by too-big-to-fail banks.
Black Economic Council
Latino Business Chamber
of Greater Los Angeles
President and CEO
National Asian American Coalition
Community Groups Opposed Obstacles to Public Comments on Volcker Rule:
Filed Protest with Federal Reserve et al. Seeking Personal Volcker Input
Today, three major minority business and consumers groups that work closely with the federal regulators filed a protest regarding the difficulties of consumer and Main Street groups having input on the Volcker Rule. Enclosed are their comments filed today with the Federal Reserve, OCC, FDIC and SEC.
Jorge Corralejo, Chairman of the Latino Business Chamber of Greater LA, the largest Latino business chamber in California, said, “It is inappropriate to trivialize the Volcker Rule, the most significant bank enforcement legislation since the New Deal, by producing a document almost a thousand times longer than either the Gettysburg Address or the Ten Commandments.”
Len Canty, Chairman of the Black Economic Council who has met frequently with congressional leaders and regulators on banking issues said, “The impact of the public comments is the equivalent of the most onerous poll tax developed after the Civil War to prevent Black civic participation.”
Faith Bautista, President and CEO of the national Asian American coalition said, “It is our hope that former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker will publicly speak out and provide the kind of guidance and wisdom that the feuding federal regulatory agencies have so far been unable to achieve regarding the Volcker Rule. We will today be contacting Paul Volcker to secure his personal input.”
For Immediate Release: CONTACT:
October 21, 2011 Mia Martinez
(202) 695 2818
On Thursday, July 7th, at 6:00 p.m., the California Public Utilities Commission will hold the first hearing in the nation on the implications of the $39 billion AT&T/T-Mobile merger in the CPUC Auditorium on 505 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102.
The Minority, Business, Church and Consumer Groups urge a focus of the hearing on job creation, small business development, and consumer protections.
Faith Bautista | (650) 952-0522 | email: email@example.com
Len Canty | (866) 856-4570 | email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jorge Corralejo | (213) 347-0008 | email@example.com
Please see the official press release for more information.