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Volume 25 - Number 4

February 17, 2014

Worth Noting

HMDA Rulemaking on Consumer Advisory Board Agenda. The CFPB has scheduled a Consumer Advisory Board meeting for Feb. 26-27, at the Constitution Center (Auditorium), 400 7th Street SW, Washington, DC. The first day of the event is closed to the public. A close look at the agenda indicates an hour has been set aside for some discussion on a possible Home Mortgage Disclosure Act rulemaking. Speakers scheduled during that session include Mortgage Data Assets Team Lead Ren Essene and Senior Counsel Joan Kayagil. A session later in the day will be...

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