WASHINGTON — Without a permanent director in place, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau gave fair warning Tuesday it plans to start monitoring the industry's largest banks for consumer abuses in just over a week.

The new bureau, created with the enactment nearly a year ago of the Dodd-Frank Act, gave new details on the timing of its supervision, the establishment of regional examination offices and the volume of examiners transferred from other regulators.

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