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Judge denies dismissal of ResCap mortgage lawsuit

UBS Real Estate Securities, SunTrust Mortgage included in suit
A New York bankruptcy judge refused to throw out a mortgage case, not dismissing four lawsuits brought by the Residential Capital bankruptcy trust alleging mortgage originators sold billions of dollars in defective loans.
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MBA Hall of Honor gives back to military veterans

Financial services companies benefit veterans and their families
The MBA conference offers a variety of interesting, smart and funny (Michael Lewis!) speakers, but my favorite presentation so far has been the Hall of Honors, where the MBA recognizes companies in our industry who give assistance to military veterans and their families.
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ABA, SunTrust launch new mortgage program

Expands banker’s ability to serve clients
A new solution through the American Bankers Association gives bankers an extra lifeline to help support their clients by allowing bankers to sell mortgage loans to SunTrust as a correspondent lender.
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Big banks give up on wholesale lending

But some regional players see a silver lining for their own firms
Change is inevitable, and the wholesale lending space is definitely seeing a lot of it lately. But with bigger players like SunTrust moving out of broker lending, smaller players in the space are eager to find their footing.
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SunTrust Mortgage is exiting broker lending

Blames complexity of the current mortgage market
The changing mortgage landscape continues to impact large banks and lenders, with SunTrust Mortgage announcing plans to exit broker lending, effective Dec. 31, 2013.
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Housing finance reform remains a hurdle for Capitol Hill

Zandi: Since GSE takeover nothing meaningful has changed
The U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs held an open hearing Thursday to push forward with housing finance reform. The only problem is while most lawmakers know it's needed, a comprehensive, linear and widely accepted solution has yet to gain major traction in Congress.
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