WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is losing senior officials faster than it can replace them, raising concerns that the agency may struggle to maintain the aggressive pace set during its nearly two years of existence.

In recent months more than a dozen senior officials have left the agency, including its chief of staff, Garry Reeder, and chief operating officer, Victor Prince.

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