WASHINGTON — Examiners from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may look the same, but they won't necessarily see the same.

The bureau is employing many of the same examiners — and similar methods — that the banking regulators have used for years to conduct exams, according to the CFPB's supervision and examination manual released last week.

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