WASHINGTON — Steve Antonakes was officially named Wednesday as the deputy director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau after acting in that role during the past seven months.

Antonakes temporarily succeeded Raj Date, the former No. 2, after his departure in January, and was widely expected to receive the permanent position once Richard Cordray was confirmed as CFPB's director in July.

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