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Frost-Arnett President Emeritus George Buck Announces Retirement

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Frost-Arnett today announced that its President Emeritus, George Buck is retiring from the organization after a 40-year tenure, where he led strategic growth and success for decades. Buck is widely recognized as a source of thought-leadership and actionable best practices for the Accounts …

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Kraninger Stands Tall During Hearing Before House Committee

Strike up the band, raise the curtains, because it’s time for another episode of Capitol Hill Theater, with Democrats and Republicans on the House Financial Services Committee doing their twice-yearly song-and-dance with the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. In news that should surprise nobody, Democrats continue to be …

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Kraninger to Testify Before House Committee Tomorrow

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It will be appointment television tomorrow as fireworks will be flying when Kathy Kraninger, the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sits down before the House Financial Services Committee for her semi-annual visit to Capitol Hill. While the drama and theatrics will be high, do not expect much in …

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CFPB, Ed. Dept. Sign New Agreement to Work Together

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Department of Education announced a new agreement yesterday to work together and share information, defrosting an icy relationship that had lasted for more than two years. The Education Department had canceled a joint enforcement agreement it had with the CFPB back in 2017. …

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CFPB Announces New Hire, Promotion, As Key Figure Departs

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced a number of new hirings and one promotion yesterday, while a published report revealed that today is the last day at the agency for a key figure. The CFPB announced the hiring of Susan Bernard as assistant director for regulations in the Research, Markets …

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