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CFPB Announces Changes to Senior Leadership
Tuesday, July 26, 2016 6:40 AM

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Thursday announced leadership changes within the Bureau. The positions being announced are: the associate director for supervision, enforcement, and fair lending; the principal deputy general counsel; and the deputy chief operating officer. The following individuals were announced:

Chris D’Angelo will serve as the CFPB’s associate director for supervision, enforcement and fair lending. D’Angelo is currently the Bureau’s chief of staff. He joined the CFPB in June 2011 and previously served as senior advisor to the director and as an attorney in the Office of Enforcement. D’Angelo came to the Bureau from the Department of Treasury where he was senior advisor to the undersecretary for domestic finance and worked on financial regulation.

Richard Lepley will serve as the CFPB’s principal deputy general counsel in the Office of the General Counsel in the Legal Division. For the past five years, Lepley has worked as the deputy general counsel for General Law, Ethics and Oversight at the CFPB. Prior to joining the Bureau in 2010, Lepley was the acting assistant general counsel for General Law and Ethics at the Department of Treasury, working on draft legislation that became the Consumer Financial Protection Act.

Nellisha Ramdass will serve as the CFPB’s Deputy chief operating officer. Previously, Ramdass was in charge of team operations in the Bureau’s Office of Technology and Innovation including serving as the acting deputy chief information officer. Prior to joining the Bureau, Ramdass worked as a senior adviser to the chief operating officer at Federal Student Aid at the Department of Education.