Daily Digest – February 13. CFPB Unveils Four-Year Strategic Plan


  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unveiled a four-year strategic plan yesterday, pledging to “fulfill the Bureau’s statutory responsibilities, but go no further,” according to acting director Mick Mulvaney. The plan details three specific goals: Ensure consumers have access to markets for  financial products and services, implement and enforce the law consistently to ensure that markets for financial products and services are fair, transparent, and competitive, and foster operational excellence through efficient and effective processes, governance, and security of resources and information.


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