Sources Say CFPB Assistant Enforcement Chief Resigns

  • Written by Kate Berry of American Banker

Kristen Donoghue, the assistant director for enforcement at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, has resigned, sources said.

Donoghue was one of the few remaining senior enforcement managers hired by former Director Richard Cordray. She joined the CFPB in 2011 and early on worked alongside now-Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who first proposed and helped established the agency.

Donoghue’s resignation comes less than a week after Eric Blankenstein — the CFPB’s policy director for supervision, enforcement and fair lending — also resigned.

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