The Chicago Tribune, The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau keeps a database that banks can't wait to wipe. "Reviled by banks, the database is a prime target for a Trump administration that has vowed to rewrite Obama-era financial rules and has suggested it will change the consumer bureau's approach to policing financial markets. Richard Cordray, the bureau's director, is among the complaint portal's biggest proponents."
February 8, 2017
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