CFPB Rules Could Lead To Servicer Consolidation

Rule proposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau regarding servicers of residential mortgage-backed securities could set consistent standards for all U.S. residential mortgage servicers, but could further increase compliance costs for the industry, according to Fitch Ratings.

  • 14 Aug 2012
Rule proposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau regarding servicers of residential mortgage-backed securities could set consistent standards for all U.S. residential mortgage servicers, but could further increase compliance costs for the industry, according to Fitch Ratings. Such higher costs, says Fitch, could potentially drive further consolidation within ...

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