Earlier this year the Division of Consumer and Community Affairs of the Federal Reserve Board made Consumer Affairs Letters available to the public. Commonly known as CA Letters, Consumer Affairs letters address significant policy and procedural matters related to the Federal Reserve System’s consumer compliance supervisory responsibilities. The letters are sent to banking supervision staff at the Board and the Reserve Banks and, in some instances, to supervised banking organizations.
The letters are sequentially numbered by year. Currently, letters dating back to 2003 are located on the Federal Reserve Board’s website.
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