WASHINGTON — Consumer lending experts urged a Senate panel on Tuesday to confirm a director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau this week.

The Senate Banking Committee's subcommittee on financial institutions and consumer protection held the hearing — on middle class wealth building in an age of growing household debt — just days before the full committee is scheduled to vote on the nomination Richard Corday to be the bureau's first director.

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