The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may have encouraged some examiners to move through its examiner commissioning program before they were ready, limiting their likelihood of success, the agency's Office of Inspector General said in a report released Monday.

The CFPB has taken steps to enhance the examiner commissioning program, which the bureau has described as an important component of its supervisory program, since it was implemented in 2014, the agency's watchdog said.

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