The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau got a confirmed director for the first time this year, when the Senate finally approved the longstanding nomination of Richard Cordray for the post. But the agency has also sustained the departures of high-ranking employees to law firms, consulting shops, banks and other destinations. Here's a look at some of the CFPB employees who have left in 2013, and where they have landed.
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