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The bureau's proposal to supervise nonbank money transmitters "would help us provide oversight across the entire market so consumers get the protections they deserve," Cordray said.

CFPB Expanding Reach to Nonbank Money Transmitters

A new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposal would put large nonbank money transmitters on more equal footing with banks and credit unions required to follow federal remittance rules.

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