CFPB Announces Four Personnel Moves
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WASHINGTON The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Friday announced four appointments to the agencys leadership team.
The bureau officially named Anthony Alexis as head of enforcement, although the promotion had already been widely reported. The agency also announced the hiring of Leandra English as deputy chief operating officer, Agnes Bundy Scanlan as the northeast regional director of supervision examinations and Jeffrey Sumberg as chief human capital officer.
English is rejoining the bureau after having worked at the CFPB during its launch. She was formerly at the Office of Managmenet and Budget, where she was chief of staff to the deputy director management.
Scanlan previously held roles as a senior risk advisor at Treliant Risk Advisors and chief compliance officer at TD Bank. Sumberg has 27 years of experience in senior human capital experience and most recently was a senior executive at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
The work of improving financial markets for consumers is a complex and rigorous task, but with the talented individuals we are announcing today, I am confident we have the best possible team to take on this work, CFPB Director Richard Cordray said in a press release.