Warren met with Wall Street leaders

While Warren makes the rounds and works under an open-door policy, House Republicans were already beginning their attack, pressing for rigorous oversight of the consumer-focused agency. 

Reps. Spencer BachusSpencer Thomas BachusManufacturing group leads coalition to urge Congress to reauthorize Ex-Im Bank Biz groups take victory lap on Ex-Im Bank On The Money: White House files notice of China tariff hikes | Dems cite NYT report in push for Trump tax returns | Trump hits Iran with new sanctions | Trump praises GM for selling shuttered Ohio factory | Ex-Im Bank back at full strength MORE (R-Ala.), likely next chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, and Judy Biggert (R-Ill.) sent a Nov. 22 letter to the inspectors general of the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department requesting that a close watch be kept on the new bureau. 

Republicans are likely to have trouble repealing any of the Dodd-Frank financial regulatory reform law, are trying to influence the final outcome of the law's language. 

The letter also criticized Warren saying, "that Professor Warren will be approaching this task without any experience managing -- or creating -- an organization of this scale and importance," according to several news reports.