WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Monday it plans to give banks a heads up when they face possible enforcement actions.

The early warning notice would give the subject of any investigation — including individuals and institutions — an opportunity to respond to allegations before the bureau decides whether to take legal action.

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