CFPB names Mulvaney, Hensarling aide Brian Johnson deputy director

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Johnson, a Republican congressional lawyer and an ally of Hensarling when he led the House Financial Services Committee, joined the CFPB in late 2017 to serve as a senior advisor to Mulvaney.

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What you need to know about the CFPB July 9, 2018. Alcynna Lloyd. KEYWORDS Acting Director Mulvaney Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection CFPB House Financial Services Committees. consumer financial protection bureau acting Director Mick Mulvaney announced Monday that he promoted Brian Johnson, who served as principal policy director, to serve as the agency’s acting deputy director.

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Hensarling Staffer Headed to CFPB. bureau after Cordray tapped English as deputy director before he stepped down.. Rep. Hensarling aide. Brian Johnson recently joined the bureau as a senior.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (bureau) acting director mulvaney today announced he has selected Brian Johnson, who currently serves as Principal Policy Director at the Bureau, to assume the responsibilities of Acting Deputy Director. "Brian Johnson is the first person I hired at the Bureau and has been an indispensable advisor," said Acting Director Mulvaney.

"Brian Johnson, a former aide to House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas), comes in. Johnson was named the CFPB’s acting deputy director July 9 following a seven-month stint as senior adviser to acting Director Mick Mulvaney." [Evan Weinberger, "Mulvaney’s ‘Indispensable’ Aide Could Guide CFPB’s New.

Hensarling aide to join CFPB as chief of staff. reported that Brian Johnson, a top hensarling aide, had left the House Financial Services Committee to help CFPB Acting Director Mick Mulvaney.

Indeed, when CFPB Director Richard Cordray. news doesn’t stop there. Mulvaney just announced the appointment of Brian Johnson, a former top aide to Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX), to serve in English’s.

Additionally, on December 1, the White House appointed Brian Johnson, an aide to House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas), to assist Mick Mulvaney in his role as the Acting Director of the CFPB. Johnson was a featured speaker at Buckley Sandler’s CFPB Today conference at the end of October.

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