WSJ | Bank Group's Chief Expects Elizabeth Warren's Nomination Soon

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WSJ | Bank Group’s Chief Expects Elizabeth Warren’s Nomination Soon

WSJ | Bank Group’s Chief Expects Elizabeth Warren’s Nomination Soon

Wall Street Journal-

The White House isn’t saying much about whether Harvard law professor and consumer advocate Elizabeth Warren will be named to lead the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

But the head of a key banking industry group believes it will happen soon.

Camden Fine, president and chief executive of the Independent Community Bankers of America, said Monday that he sees a “better than even chance” that President Barack Obama will nominate Ms. Warren to lead the new bureau.


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