8 ways the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is helping consumers

Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, gets sworn in before testifying at a recent Senate hearing. The watchdog bureau has been busy its first two years. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

The watchdog federal agency created after the economic crash has been busy.


8 ways the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is helping consumers

Change rarely comes quickly in Washington. Yet in the two years since its creation, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has managed to shake up the relationship between American borrowers and lenders."I'm amazed, to be be honest, that any agency has been able to do so much in such a short amount of time,” said Richard Fischer, a senior partner at the Washington-based law firm Morrison & Foerster, who co-authored a recent report analyzing the CFPB.The watchdog agency envisioned by Massachusetts …

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