The article co-authored by Gerry Sachs and Joseph Robbins was published in The Review of Banking & Financial Services' July 2018 edition and is excerpted here:
Acting Director Mick Mulvaney is making significant changes at the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection. The authors describe these changes, beginning with the pending litigation over his appointment and President Trump's nomination of a new, permanent Director. They then turn to Mulvaney's statements detailing his vision and themes for the Bureau, and developments in regulations and rule-making. They conclude with a description of recent enforcement actions and Mulvaney's informal guidance on future supervisory activities.
Read the full article here.