Ulterior Motives Questioned As Kitchen Sink Hits Ocwen

A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau deputy and a leading House Democrat are the latest policymakers to scrutinize the mortgage servicing industry in what has been a month of bad news for non-bank servicers including Ocwen Financial. The wide range of criticism has some onlookers questioning some critics’ motives.

  • By Graham Bippart
  • 21 Feb 2014

--Matt Scully

A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau deputy and a leading House Democrat are the latest policymakers to scrutinize the mortgage servicing industry in what has been a month of bad news for non-bank servicers including Ocwen Financial.  The wide range of criticism has some onlookers questioning some critics’ motives. 

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