Richard Cordray is stepping down as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau after spending more than five years building up the Obama-era agency from scratch and fostering it into a powerful regulator.

Cordray, announcing his plans to CFPB staff Wednesday, said he expects to leave before the end of the month. His five-year term was set to expire in July 2018.

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