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Top CFPB Enforcement, Supervision Officials Set to Depart (1)

June 2, 2021, 9:48 PMUpdated: June 2, 2021, 10:23 PM

Two top Consumer Financial Protection Bureau enforcement and supervision officials are leaving the agency in the coming weeks.

Bryan Schneider, the associate director of the CFPB’s Supervision, Enforcement and Fair Lending division, said in a Wednesday LinkedIn message to Bloomberg Law that he will depart in early July.

Peggy Twohig, the CFPB’s assistant director for supervision policy is retiring, the CFPB confirmed Wednesday. Twohig, a former Treasury Department and Federal Trade Commission official, helped start up the CFPB in 2010 and has served in various senor posts at the bureau.

“I appreciate Peggy and Bryan’s dedicated service to the CFPB, ...