The Consumer Financial Protection Agency, which was signed into law Thursday, will not regulate annuities and life insurance.

House Financial Services Industry Committee members Congresswoman Gwen Moore (D. – Wisc.) and Congressman Erik Paulsen (R. – Minn.) successfully added language on Oct. 19 to the bill proposing the Consumer Financial Protection Agency that specifically removes annuities and life insurance from its oversight.

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