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Volume 25 - Number 7

March 31, 2014

HMDA Final Rule Proceeding But Will Not Be Out This Year

The CFPB is continuing its work to develop a final rulemaking to add certain data elements to the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act reporting requirements. However, a final rule will not come out this year, a top bureau official told industry representatives last week. Speaking at the American Bankers Association’s government relations conference in Washington, DC, last week, Kathleen Ryan, deputy assistant director in the bureau’s Office of Regulations, reminded attendees that Dodd-Frank required the CFPB to add…

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