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Volume 29 - Number 23

November 12, 2018

Court Allows ABS Investors to Intervene in CFPB Case

A federal court recently allowed asset-backed securities investors to intervene in a case brought by the CFPB against securitization trusts. Industry participants said it is an important and favorable decision for the securitization industry. Back in September 2017, the CFPB brought an enforcement action against National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts regarding certain student loan debt-collection practices. While the CFPB acknowledged that subservicers Ė not the trusts themselves ...

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