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July 22, 2014

How Can the CFPB Even Enforce Its ‘Mini-Corr’ Guidance?

By Thomas Ressler

“The entire subject of ‘mini-corr’ and the CFPB’s interpretation is the result of a witch hunt perpetrated by one of the lawyers that moved from the Federal Reserve Board,” said one disgruntled broker.

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