Cordray’s Ascent Expands Consumer Bureau Reach to Non-Bank FirmsCarter Dougherty
President Barack Obama’s decision to install Richard Cordray as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau expands the agency’s reach into non-bank firms blamed for helping to spark the 2008 credit crisis.
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