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Volume 29 - Number 10

May 14, 2018

An Influx of Political Appointees May Marginalize Career Staffers

Although there are fewer than two months left for Mick Mulvaney as the CFPB’s interim director, he continues to bring in his people to key positions in almost all divisions of the bureau, potentially weakening the role of career staffers. It is the first time that the consumer agency has experienced a political transition, and the new leadership appears to have adopted a dramatically different approach on how to treat consumers and the industry. To help reset the new political agenda at the ...

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