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Warren Demands

Warren Demands

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Financial Protection Bureau because she and more than employees have packed and moved from the Treasury Department more permanent space downtown Washington. 
The agency will likely keep growing, the move probably won't the last. 
"We're already looking for additional space," said Warren, the White House adviser for the new Consumer Financial 
Protection Bureau. Friday she gave reporters update her progress.
Several staffers have come from other federal government agencies, and Warren said she's also receiving steady stream resumes--about 1,500--from outside government. few those resumes came from overseas, from Europe and Asia, she said. 
"It's exciting read the resumes people who want come here," she said. The agency expected have about 1,000 
employees year from now, based outside estimates.
 Speaking reporters, Warren said she got started consumer protection issues immediately, particularly through 
outreach efforts. think got the tools get the job done," she said. key priority the agency will help improve and simplify mortgage disclosures that consumers can better 
understand them and lenders can forgo adding expensive, complicated text. 
Since her appointment, Warren has met spoken with the chief executives the nation's largest financial 

institutions, eight heads industry trade groups well financial services executives and industry representatives.
 She said she's committed getting outside Washington and meeting with community bankers.
 Last week, Warren was Ohio, meeting with consumer advocates. Monday, she was New York Wall Street, and 

next week, she'll San Francisco meet with community bankers and technology industry leaders.
 "I've been everywhere," she said.
 Warren added that she's committed two things--getting outside Washington and meeting with community bankers 

every time she does.  
-By Maya Jackson Randall, Dow Jones Newswires; 202-862-6687, maya.jackson- (Updates add details throughout.)