WASHINGTON — The banking industry is pushing back against a plan released this week by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to publicize more details about consumers' individual complaints about financial companies.

While the CFPB's public database already discloses the name of the institution and product targeted in consumer complaints, the proposal would take that a step further by allowing consumers to share their "narrative" about specific disputes.

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