Frank Keating asks the FDIC chairman’s views on the future of community banking, cybersecurity threats, regulatory burden, too-big-to-fail and more.
Mortgage lenders need to watch out for repurchase risk, the future of Fannie and Freddie, disparate impact litigation and the non-Qualified Mortgage space.
ABA is asking bankers to write their senators and representatives to enlist their support for several bipartisan bills introduced in recent weeks as part of ABA’s Agenda for America’s Hometown Banks: Data security. This alert urges senators to co-sponsor S. 921, which would strengthen data security standards for all players and recognize the high standards
Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s combined annual income dropped to $21.9 billion in 2014 from $132.7 billion in 2013, the Federal Housing Finance Agency reported today.
The guarantee fees that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac charge will remain at current levels with “modest adjustments,” the Federal Housing Finance Agency said on Friday.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today issued an interpretive rule intended to help lenders comply with the requirement in its mortgage servicing and high-cost mortgage rules to provide a list — shortly after a borrower applies for a mortgage — of Department of Housing and Urban Development-approved housing counselors nearby.
By a bipartisan 286-140 vote, the House today passed H.R. 685, a bill introduced by Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-Mich.) that would provide needed clarifications on the Qualified Mortgage rule’s points and fees test as part of ABA’s Agenda for America’s Hometown Banks.
The OCC today updated its Comptroller’s Handbook guidance on complying with the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and Regulation X.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau yesterday released a new toolkit to “help consumers take full advantage of the new Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure forms that lenders are required to begin providing in August.”
ABA on Monday welcomed the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposed changes — many previously advocated by ABA — that will increase the number of banks able to benefit from the bureau’s small creditor and rural or underserved area exemptions in its mortgage rules.