WASHINGTON — Just four days after being appointed to spearhead the creation of the new consumer bureau, Elizabeth Warren has hit the ground running.
She has reached out to banking trade groups, called the top executives of the largest banks, had lunch with Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and convened the first official meeting of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to hash out mortgage disclosures.
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