Kraninger Attempting to Keep Imprint on CFPB Even if She Is Fired

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Kathleen Kraninger has appointed five new members of her executive team, less than two months before she can expect to be removed from her position by the new president. In addition, she released a new advisory opinion policy that the new administration may not like. The Trump Administration is trying to make the CFPB more corporate-friendly before the Biden Administration takes over and attempts to return it to a strict regulatory agency protecting consumers.

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Kraninger Attempting to Keep Imprint on CFPB Even if She Is Fired

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