The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency could make the Community Reinvestment Act’s spirit relevant in a digital age so long as it builds the right framework for chartered fintech companies.
If the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia rules on party lines, the current structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will remain intact.
Nonbank servicers should proactively ask for guidance on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's muddled private-label servicing policies, as they are likely to soon be under scrutiny.
The persistent opposition to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau — which has been fierce since day one — has been puzzling, and has been cloaked in misleading arguments about the structure of the agency.
New approaches to credit scoring lower the standard of the criteria required to receive a mortgage loan, at greater risk to the industry.
In hindsight, the U.S. Treasury's support of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac was structured in a way that proved to be counterproductive.
Some of the most popular contributors to National Mortgage News' Voices community weigh in on what they see coming in the next year for origination, servicing, technology and regulation.
Proponents of "recap and release" misread the political risks and the depth of interest that key lawmakers have in determining the long-term future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
A recent piece making light of GSE recapitalization is dangerously misleading.
It is not a clear-cut statement to say Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac need more capital, and it detracts from the real debate over long-term housing finance reform.
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