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Volume 2014 - Number 6

February 13, 2014

CFPB Enforcement Increasingly Likely to Originate With Compliance Issues Found During Examinations

Mortgage industry attorneys expect to see more Consumer Financial Protection Bureau enforcement actions in the future stemming from compliance deficiencies that were dug up during the supervisory examination process. “One of the things that we saw towards the last quarter of 2013 was a couple of enforcement actions which grew directly out of supervisory exams,” Allyson Baker, a partner in the litigation group at the Venable law firm, said during a webinar this week sponsored by Inside Mortgage Finance. Baker, formerly an enforcement attorney with the CFPB, was referencing...

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