WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was one of the most active regulators in 2013, writing a slew of new rules and taking a host of enforcement actions against banks and nonbanks alike.

But that may pale in comparison to what the agency undertakes in 2014. Many of its actions to date have been laying the groundwork for significant changes still to come.

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