We are joined by Richard Cordray whose book about his CFPB tenure, Watchdog, was recently-released. Among other topics, Mr. Cordray shares what he considers to be his key successes and disappointments as Director, describes his relationship with the Trump Administration, responds to criticism of his use of the CFPB’s enforcement authority, offers his prediction for how SCOTUS will rule in Seila Law, and discusses the abusiveness standard and creation of state mini-CFPBs.
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