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POLITICO's Lorraine Woellert: "Richard Cordray 'has no plans' to leave the top job at the CFPB, the agency said today. 'Director Cordray was confirmed by a bipartisan group of 66 senators to serve a term until July 2018 and has no plans to step down,' CFPB Communications Director Jen Howard said in an email.
"Cordray's future has been the subject of speculation since Election Day, with some industry trade groups pushing for him to be replaced. At the same time, they're asking Congress to rethink the agency's structure, which vests power in a single director. … Meanwhile, Cordray's public calendar already is filling up, another sign he's sticking around. In March, he's scheduled to appear at a meeting of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition"