David Silberman

Senior Advisor
Financial Health Network

David Silberman has been involved in consumer finance issues from a wide range of perspectives for over three decades.  When the CFPB was established in 2011, David was named the Associate Director for the Division of Research, Markets, and Regulations.  Mr. Silberman retired from the CFPB in 2020, and now serves as a Senior Fellow at the Center for Responsible Lending , Senior Advisor to the Financial Health Network, and as an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown’s Public Policy School and Harvard Law School.
Mr. Silberman graduated from Brandeis University and Harvard Law School.  He began his legal career as a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.

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