The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau signed a memorandum of understanding on Tuesday with state banking regulators to coordinate supervision and implementation of consumer protection rules.

The MOU marks the first formal coordination effort between the states and CFPB, which will split supervision of state-chartered banks with more than $10 billion of assets and non-depository financial institutions.

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