While the universe of financial services regulation is in flux, one key component, a proposed consumer financial protection agency (CFPA), is taking shape. The CFPA will have a mandate to set rules governing all financial institutions,
Seeking to ease passage of CFPA legislation, House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank (D. – Mass.) proposed an agency with a narrower purview than the one envisioned by the Obama administration.
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