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Mick Mulvaney, acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Photographer: Toya Sarno Jordan/Bloomberg

Acting CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney said Tuesday that he may make the agency’s complaint data base private, but it was his comments about only meeting with lobbyists who contributed to his campaign when he was a House member that has garnered the attention.

“We are going to maintain the Consumer Database,” he said, at the American Bankers Association’s Washington.  “It is mandated by law. I don’t see anything in here that I have to run a Yelp for financial services sponsored by the federal government. I don’t see anything in here that says that I have to make all of those public.”

David Baumann


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