Elizabeth Warren, the top Obama administration official in charge of setting up the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, made it clear late Wednesday that she intends to target financial disclosures as one of her top priorities.
In a speech to the Financial Services Roundtable, Warren emphasized that she wants to work with the industry to create principles-based disclosures that are simple for consumers to understand and is not seeking to add more layers of fine print.
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