Dodd-Frank Replacement Unveiled
A key GOP lawmaker has put forth a proposal that would replace the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
GOP Plan Would Restructure CFPB
A key Republican lawmaker is expected to unveil plans this week that would, among other things, change the structure of the Consumers Financial Protection Bureau.
HUD Secretary Still Contender for Dem VP Slot?
Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro was a rising star four years ago as the keynote speaker at the Democratic National Convention.
Trump, GOP Proposing Dodd-Frank Rewrites
Donald Trump says he will deliver a plan that's "close to a dismantling" the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010.
U.S. Mortgage Firms Listed in Panama Papers
Nestled among the entities that were recently exposed from a year-long investigation of millions of documents that contained details about secret offshore holdings by companies and prominent individuals are a trio of inactive U.S. mortgage firms.
Transitional Mortgage Licensing Bill Opposed
A non-bank mortgage trade group is opposing legislation that would allow former bank loan officers to originate while obtaining a state license.
FHFA Examinations of Nonbank Servicers Proposed
The Federal Housing Finance Agency should have the authority to examine non-bank clients of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, a government report recommends.
Conferences Cover TRID, Politics
Topics to be covered at upcoming mortgage industry events include the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures and compliance. Politics is also on the agenda at two events.
Former AIG Chief Reflects on Financial Crisis
The former chairman and chief executive officer of American International Group recently spoke before a gathering about leading the company during the financial crisis.
Credit Unions Lobby for Less Dodd Frank
Credit unions say that cumbersome regulations intended for big Wall Street banks is increasing their compliance costs and hurting revenues. So they are lobbying for changes.