Earlier this month, the CFPB released a report providing updates on its supervision and examination activities. Director Mick Mulvaney has received criticism from officials hired in the Obama administration for introducing a more collaborative enforcement approach to companies overseen by the CFPB.

"What's notable is that the supervisory or examination part of the CFPB has experienced very little change," said Alan Kaplinsky, a financial industry lawyer and Ballard Spahr partner. "It’s largely business as usual."

The report was generally found to be similar to those issued under Obama-era leadership, in terms of format and focus areas.

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