WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau broke the mold traditionally used by other financial regulatory agencies when it issued its first enforcement action last week against Capital One.

The order signaled the CFPB is shooting for higher settlement amounts, is more interested in providing a detailed account of what went wrong, and wants to specify exactly what institutions should do in similar situations.

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