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HUD Secretary Ben Carson

HUD plan to alter anti-discrimination rule called ‘deeply cynical’

The Department of Housing and Urban Development has published a proposed a rule that would amend its “disparate impact” standard to effectively make...
Comptroller of the Currency Joseph Otting

Regulators may end CRA credit for loans to wealthy: OCC’s Otting

ATLANTA — Loans to high-income earners living in lower-income neighborhoods may no longer get Community Reinvestment Act credit under a proposed revamp of...
CFPB headquarters

Lenders dread prospect of Fannie, Freddie losing CFPB exemption

Mortgage lenders are fearful that the bottom will fall out of the housing market if the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposal to revise...
HUD Secretary Ben Carson

HUD plan would raise bar for claims of fair-lending abuse

WASHINGTON — The Department of Housing and Urban Development is planning to amend its "disparate impact" standard to raise the legal bar for...
CFPB Director Kathy Kraninger

CFPB ending special treatment for Fannie, Freddie in mortgage rule

WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is planning to end its special treatment for certain mortgages backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie...
CFPB Director Kathy Kraninger

CFPB chief Kathy Kraninger’s equal-opportunity calendar

In her first four and a half months on the job, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Kathy Kraninger was no stranger to Capitol...
Rep. Ted Budd

House lawmakers introduce CECL ‘stop and study’ bill

WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of House lawmakers have introduced a bill to require the Securities and Exchange Commission and other federal agencies...
CFPB Director Kathy Kraninger

CFPB to kick off symposium series with forum on ‘abusive’ standard

WASHINGTON—The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will hold its first symposium later this month in a series designed to provide dialogue on consumer protections.The...
Transition from Libor to new benchmark should begin now: Fed’s Quarles

Transition from Libor to new benchmark should begin now: Fed’s Quarles

WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Vice Chairman for Supervision Randal Quarles said the time may be now for financial institutions to move on from...

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HUD Secretary Ben Carson

HUD to loosen restrictions on FHA condo mortgage insurance

The Department of Housing and Urban Development will remove some barriers to government-insured condominium lending next month, including a post-crisis measure housing industry...

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