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President-elect Joe Biden enlisted advocates for Wall Street reform, along with current and former consumer protection officials, for transition teams tasked with reviewing financial regulators such as the Treasury Department and Securities and Exchange Commission, signaling an interest in closely scrutinizing deregulatory steps taken under the Trump administration.

Among the advisers are a number of former Obama administration officials, including some who were involved in the Dodd-Frank reforms that followed the financial crisis and Leandra English, a former top official at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau who found herself at the center of a standoff over the bureau’s leadership in the first year of Trump’s presidency.

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