WASHINGTON — The news that Raj Date, the No. 2 at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, intends to resign early next year sparked anxiety Tuesday among bankers still skeptical of the fledgling agency.

Although the financial services industry has been wary of the CFPB since its creation, Date — a former banker — was viewed as a moderating influence who listened to their concerns.

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