WASHINGTON — Raj Date, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s No. 2, will leave the agency after it finalizes a package of mortgage rules it’s currently writing, a spokeswoman said late Monday.

Date, a former strategy consultant and bank executive, was an early member of the CFPB’s implementation team and has held several key leadership positions with the agency, including as its acting director after the departure of founder Elizabeth Warren.

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