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. Click the audio player […]
Since 2011, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been collecting consumer complaints and helping people resolve their disputes with companies. Richard Cordray, the newly confirmed CFPB director, talks about using his organization as a resource.
Mary Jo White battled mobsters and terrorists as U.S. Attorney. Now, she’ll face hedge fund titans and high-speed traders to revive the SEC.
Around 40 percent of credit reports have mistakes on them -- and it is a pain to get them fixed. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it will start scrutinizing credit reporting agencies.
Richard Cordray, chief of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, discusses what powers he'll have and how he plans to use them.