Financial institutions are raising concerns anew about a set of regulations that they say are forcing banks out of the servicing business as they sell their rights to nonbanks.

Regulators finalized Basel III rules last summer that put significant restrictions on banks' ability to hold mortgage servicing rights, particularly for smaller institutions. As a result, the regulations are hastening banks' exit from servicing and stoking fears that the agencies went too far. 

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