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Volume 29 - Number 18

September 3, 2018

CFPB Student Loan Ombudsman Quits, Blames Mulvaney

A top CFPB official in charge of protecting student borrowers stepped down from the agency in late August, blaming the leadership of Acting Director Mick Mulvaney. Seth Frotman, who was the student loan ombudsman at the agency, said in his letter of resignation the current leadership of the bureau has “turned its back on young people and their financial futures.” He added: “The bureau is now content doing the bare minimum for [consumers] while simultaneously ...

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