The association paid $300,000 in lobbying feels to Sheffield Brothers and Timothy R. Rupli & Associates last quarter. Those firms reported working on issues related to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, specifically “treatment of community lenders and the formation of CFPB.”
This will be Halloran’s first time registering as a lobbyist, Legistorm first reported. A CFSAA staffer confirmed that Halloran now works for the organization.
CFSAA and Halloran did not respond to immediate requests for comment.
Lobbying fees are not reported on registration forms.