The Treasury Department has tapped a former Wall Street managing director to be in charge of the research, markets and regulation arm of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

Late Thursday the agency named Raj Date, a former managing director at Deutsche Bank, to the post. Date, who also worked at credit card giant Capital One, will be responsible for making sure mortgages and other financial products are safe for consumers.

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