Money-transfer companies face CFPB scrutiny

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau plans to examine large nonbank money-transfer companies such as Western Union and MoneyGram International. The agency has proposed a 60-day comment period on the regulation of about two dozen large transfer firms. The move represents an expansion of the CFPB's regulatory oversight.

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