WASHINGTON — Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray said Wednesday that a bill to clarify protections for privileged information provided to the bureau could become law by the end of May.

The House voted Monday to pass a bill that would add the CFPB to the list of regulators to which banks may provide certain confidential information without waiving attorney-client privilege.

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