Head of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will step down
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Richard Cordray announced today that he’s leaving the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau by the end of the month. President Donald Trump will get to appoint Cordray’s successor, giving him yet another way to reshape U.S. financial regulation. We take a look at how the president is putting his stamp on these regulations.
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