HUD: Associated Bank ‘redlining’ settlement largest ever

HUD: Associated Bank ‘redlining’ settlement largest ever

HUD Secretary Castro says settlement “sends a strong message”

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Guest blog by former Ginnie Mae president Joseph Murin
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7 problems NAFCU, CUNA and ICBA have with Johnson-Crapo

Trade coalition says GSE reform favors big lenders
Trey Garrison
Three financial trade associations have issued a joint letter protesting the direction in housing finance reform as biased in favor of large lenders, and they list seven specific concerns they have about Johnson-Crapo.
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One thing Freddie Mac forgot when assessing community lenders

The cost of compliance is a harsh reality
Sarah Wheeler
Freddie Mac says small banks are well positioned to succeed right now, but that seems to ignore a harsh reality — the cost of compliance.
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How community banks will reign in 2014

Small banks stay well positioned for success, Freddie says
Brena Swanson
Despite some small lenders choosing to shut the door on small lending, Freddie Mac explained that community banks might have just the right kind of leverage to succeed in 2014’s lending environment.
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Smaller banks granted stress test reprieve

HousingWire Staff
Federal regulators granted smaller banks more time to adapt to Basel III's capital rules, while the biggest banks have only until Oct. 1.
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