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CFPB Announces Changes to Senior Leadership

Jan 29, 2019
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has announced that it has taken measures to make it easier for consumers with urgent financial needs to obtain access to mortgage credit more quickly in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Kathleen L. Kraninger has announced leadership changes within the Bureau. The positions being announced include:
 
►Andrew Duke will serve as the Policy Associate Director for External Affairs. Duke has 27 years of experience in public policy, including 20 years on Capitol Hill serving with three different members of Congress.
 
►Laura Fiene will serve as West Regional Director. Fiene joined the CFPB at its inception in 2011. She brings more than 31 continuous years of experience in regulating financial services companies, including 27 years dedicated to supervising and examining compliance with federal consumer financial laws and regulations.
 
►Marisol Garibay will serve as the Acting Chief Communications Officer. Garibay has 14 years of experience in policy communications focused on financial issues and served most recently as Senior Advisor and Acting Communications Director at the Office of Management and Budget.
 
►Delicia Reynolds Hand will serve as Deputy Associate Director for External Affairs. Ms. Hand joined the Bureau in 2012 and has 17 years of experience, having worked in consumer advocacy, community development, and on Capitol Hill.
 
►Lora McCray will serve as Director for the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion. McCray’s career includes 15 years of experience in diversity practice and management, most recently as the Assistant Vice President, Diversity and Inclusion at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

 
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Jan 29, 2019
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