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  • CFPB releases report promoting diversity in mortgage industry

    Here are five strategies
    The CFPB released a report today with what it calls innovative solutions for diversity and inclusion within the mortgage industry. The regulator gathered a roundtable of industry experts including the MBA and other bank leaders to discuss the best solutions for increasing diversity. Here are a few of the strategies.
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  • Speakers at MBA Annual focus on 3 changes coming to housing

    Get on the bus or get left behind
    The Mortgage Bankers Association opened conference activities with a talk to the industry, explaining some of the changes taking place. So who is renewing their call for a housing policy director at the White House, in order to represent the needs of the housing industry in Washington? Click here to find out.
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  • Trending Thursday: Conservatorship will never die

    Plus Democrats are unhappy on how regulators are handling diversity
    People upset with Fannie and Freddie and the FHFA? Check. Counterintuitive survey on financial outlook for minorities? Check. Congressfolks saying the regulators are dropping the ball on diversity? Big check. Read on, traveler.
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  • MBA pushes to increase diversity in mortgage lending

    Announces partnership with NAHREP, hosting 2nd diversity conference
    In an exclusive interview with HousingWire, Bill Emerson, the chairman-elect of the MBA and the chief executive officer of Quicken Loans, said that the MBA wants to prepare the housing finance industry for the new normal of the future, which will be far different than the history of mortgage lending to this point.
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  • Freddie Mac prices second risk-sharing deal

    GSE pleased with market acceptance of the bonds
    "With two successful STACR offerings under our belt, we are well on our way to having a scalable offering with regular issuances. We are pleased with the markets’ acceptance of these bonds," Freddie Mac executive vice president of single- family business David Lowman said.
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