CFPB names Mulvaney, Hensarling aide Brian Johnson deputy director

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CFPB Acting Director Mick Mulvaney named Brian Johnson to be the bureau’s Acting Deputy Director until a permanent Director can be named.. He is a former aide to House Financial Services Chairman Hensarling. In his role with Chairman Hensarling, he worked closely with NACHA staff on various.

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Hensarling aide to join CFPB as chief of staff. reported that Brian Johnson, a top Hensarling aide, had left the House Financial Services Committee to help CFPB Acting Director Mick Mulvaney.

WASHINGTON – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced Monday that Brian Johnson, a senior adviser to acting Director Mick Mulvaney, will fill the agency’s second leadership post. Johnson will become the acting deputy director, succeeding Leandra English, who recently said she plans to resign from the CFPB. English had been embroiled.

How will CFPB enforcement changes affect consumers? Brian Johnson has actually held the position of acting deputy director of the CFPB since July 2018, but now, the bureau is making is appointment official.. CFPB names Mulvaney, Hensarling aide.

Acting CFPB Director mick mulvaney announced monday afternoon that he had selected as deputy director Brian Johnson, an aide who had joined him at the agency after working for House Financial.

2018-04-10  · . who is currently the bureau’s deputy director, The letter says that aide, Brian Johnson, Trump names Mulvaney ‘acting’ chief of staff;

Sutton, a former House Financial Services Committee staff director under Chairman Hensarling, runs the day-to-day operations of the CFPB, determining what issues need to be prioritized for Mulvaney. She also is helping with a review of the roughly 100 outstanding investigations and enforcement actions that the CFPB is working to resolve.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) Acting Director Mulvaney today announced he has selected brian johnson, who currently serves as Principal Policy Director at the Bureau, to assume the responsibilities of Acting Deputy Director. "Brian Johnson is the first person I hired at the Bureau and has been an indispensable advisor," said Acting Director Mulvaney.

The second most powerful position at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will soon be filled by a close confidante of both former CFPB Acting Director Mick Mulvaney and former House Financial.

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