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Volume 2014 - Number 14

July 4, 2014

Capital Requirements Likely for Nonbank Servicers

Officials with the Conference of State Bank Supervisors suggest that state regulators are likely to set capital requirements for nonbank servicers due to concerns about how a failure of a nonbank would impact borrowers. “People have to feel confident that their mortgage check is going where it’s supposed to go, when it’s supposed to get there,” Chuck Cross, a senior vice president for consumer protection at the CSBS, said last week during a webinar hosted by Inside Mortgage Finance Publications ...

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