The Consumer Advocacy and Financial Regulation Organization (CAFRO) is a student-led group focused on the role of financial regulation in promoting a fair market for businesses and consumers. The group engages on a range of issues, including antitrust, fintech, securities regulation, consumer protection, and market enforcement. CAFRO hosts networking events, invites speakers, participates in conferences, drafts articles and papers, and submits comments on proposed rules published in the Federal Register.
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