WASHINGTON (7/16/13)--There have been several senior staff additions at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). The bureau announced Monday that Sartaj Alag is returning to the CFPB and will serve as chief operating officer, and shared the names of those who soon will fill the positions of chief of staff, assistant director for the Office of Older Americans, and the program manager for Servicing and Securitization Markets.
When previously at CFPB, Alag was in charge of starting up and managing the Office of Consumer Response. And prior to his time at the bureau, he worked at Capital One for nearly 10 years and spent part of his tenure there as president of Capital One's Canadian subsidiary.
Christopher D'Angelo will serve as the CFPB chief of staff. He has been at CFPB since June 2011, serving first as an attorney in the Office of Enforcement and then most recently as senior adviser to Director Richard Cordray. D'Angelo came to the bureau from the U.S. Treasury Department where he was senior adviser to the undersecretary for Domestic Finance and worked on financial regulation policy.
Also joining the CFPB:
Nora Dowd Eisenhower will serve as assistant director for the Office of Older Americans. Prior to joining the CFPB, Eisenhower served on the National Council on Aging, where she was the director of the National Center for Benefits Outreach and Enrollment, then as the senior vice president of Economic Security; and
Laurie Maggiano is joining the CFPB as program manager for Servicing and Securitization Markets in the Division of Research, Markets and Regulations. She also comes from the Treasury Department, where she served as the director of policy in the Office of Homeownership Preservation.