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by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Federal regulators are on the verge of creating a brand new type of banking license specifically for fintech. Called “special purpose national bank charters,” the licenses are intended to enable fintech companies that accept...more

CFPB revises exam procedures to include summaries of new mortgage rules

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

Last week, the CFPB published a second update to its examination procedures to account for the new mortgage regulations going into effect in January 2014....more

Mortgage Banking Update - February 21, 2013

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

In This Issue: - MERS Has Power To Assign Interest in Deed of Trust, Borrower Can Challenge Assignment of Mortgage, First Circuit Rules - Federal Judge Refuses To Dismiss Arizona Mortgage Class Action Alleging...more

Mortgage Banking Update - January 25, 2013

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

In This Issues: - CFPB Generates Flurry of New Mortgage Banking Industry Rules - CFPB Issues Final ECOA Appraisal Rule - 20 State Agencies Adopt Uniform State MLO Testing - Mortgage Foreclosure Is Debt...more

DOC Warns Financial Services Licensees And Can A Theory Be A Tautology?

by Allen Matkins on

Last April, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued this Bulletin cautioning supervised banks and certain non-depository financial services companies that they must have “an effective process for managing the risks of...more

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