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Volume 2014 - Number 18

May 8, 2014

State Regulators Considering Raising the Bar For Nonbank Servicers; Capital Is an Issue

State regulators are evaluating regulation and supervision of nonbank servicers due to the growth seen in the sector in recent years, according to officials at the Conference of State Bank Supervisors, which last month closed a request for proposals on the issue. “This is just a really good time for us as a system to look at this change, what does this change mean, and how should it inform the licensing regime on the state side,” said Michael Stevens, senior executive vice president at the CSBS. Among other issues, state regulators are researching...

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