Woodstock Advances Newsletter
In this edition of Woodstock Advances, Dory Rand recaps a successful NCRC annual conference, Spencer Cowan shares the latest research report, and Brent breaks down the historic Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule.
In this month's edition of Woodstock Advances, president Dory Rand outlines mission priorities for 2016 in her policy agenda. Senior Research Associate Michael Aumiller discusses foreclosure activity in the Chicago six county region and updates the data portal.
In this month's edition of Woodstock Developments, president Dory Rand recaps a busy and successful 2015 highlighting advocacy victories as well as outlining mission priorities for 2016. Senior Vice President of Research, Spencer Cowan discusses the role of Woodstock in developing the Small Business Borrowers Bill of Rights and Woodstock shares its latest research report.
In this month's edition of Woodstock Developments, president Dory Rand advocates for fiduciary standards for all investment and retirement advice and small business lending and Woodstock Staff celebrate the work anniversaries of Beverly and Pat.
In this month's edition of Woodstock Developments, president Dory Rand talks about the upcoming NCRC annual conference, the end of bank payday lending, zombie properties in Cook County, and more.
In this month's edition of Woodstock Developments, President Dory Rand writes about new leaders in key positions, Woodstock's top accomplishments in 2013, new rules for the mortgage market, and more.
In this month's edition of Woodstock Developments, President Dory Rand talks about scarcity and how it pertains to our work, Senator Kirk votes to filibuster Congressman Mel Watt's nomination to lead FHFA, the CFPB begins to collect consumer complaints about payday loans, and more.
In this edition of Woodstock Developments, President Dory Rand recaps Woodstock's 40th anniversary research symposium and bash, our new report shows mortgage and credit card issues are the top consumer concerns for Illinoisans, consumers speak out at a Chicago CFPB hearing, and more.