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Wallstreet isn’t the only one worried about a revived CFPB
“Banks should be prepared for more aggressive enforcement and an expansion of the CFPB’s authority through its rulemakings,” said Rachel Rodman, a former CFPB lawyer who now represents banks as a partner at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP in Washington. She expects the agency to be “more likely to bring an enforcement action, pursue novel legal theories and more likely to demand higher penalties.”
Biden has chosen our future Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
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