WASHINGTON (2/11/13)--Bart Shapiro, who served as senior adviser for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Office of Community Banks & Credit Unions, left the agency on Friday.
Shapiro joined the CFPB in August 2011. Before that, he served as director of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Act & Interstate Land Sales.
The Credit Union National Association has discussed how the CFPB's mortgage changes could impact credit unions, remittance rule changes, and other issues during meetings with Shapiro.
The agency is in the process of filling the position.