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1. Federal Reserve Board Did Not Vote on Foreclosure Pact - Letter

(Web Page; Thu Jun 13 10:53:00 CDT 2013)

In response to a letter from U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) requesting information about the end of foreclosure reviews following a $9.3 billion settlement with 13 banks earlier this year, Daniel Tarullo of the Federal Reserve re...

2. Comments to the Federal Reserve Board on Proposed Regulations Under the Truth in Lending Act [Regulation Z; Docket No. R-1390]

(Web Page; Mon Jul 23 15:36:00 CDT 2012)

The National Consumer Law Center ("NCLC") respectfully submits the following comments on behalf of its low income clients, as well as Americans for Financial Reform, California Reinvestment Coalition, the Center for Responsible Lending, ...

3. Community Trust in Ky. Faces Sanctions Tied to Overdraft Fees

(Web Page; Tue Nov 19 16:27:00 CST 2013)

Community Trust Bancorp (CTBI) in Pikeville, Ky., disclosed in a recent regulatory filing that it could face sanctions from the Federal Reserve Board tied to its overdraft policy. The Fed reportedly determined that "certain aspects" of C...

4. 2013-crl-issue-brief-oppose-hr-1077-final-april.pdf

(File; Mon May 20 16:22:00 CDT 2013)

Oppose H.R. 1077: Congress Should Not CreateNew Incentives for Abusive LendingFact SheetApril 2013The [2/28 and 3/27] loans came with big fees that got rolled into themortgage, increasing the chances that the mortgage could’ .-- Financi...

5. 2013-crl-working-paper-on-gse-reform-a-framework-for-housing-finance-reform-oct-15pdf.pdf

(File; Tue Oct 29 15:01:00 CDT 2013)

A Framework for Housing Finance Reform:Fixing What Went Wrong and Building on What WorksCenter for Responsible Lending Working PaperEric Stein and Carrie JohnsonUpdated October 28, 2013This paper provides a framework for housing finance ...

6. Public Hearings on Home Equity Lending

(Web Page; Tue Jan 10 13:16:00 CST 2012)

Testimony of Martin Eakes before the Federal Reserve Board at public hearing on predatory practices in the home-equity lending market.

7. Comments to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Reserve Board re: Regulation Z: Proposed Rule on Ability to Pay and Qualified Mortgage

(Web Page; Mon Jul 23 15:34:00 CDT 2012)

In its first formal comment to the CFPB, the Center for Responsible Lending supports new Dodd-Frank mortgage reforms and urges the CFPB to ensure that lenders have appropriate consequences if they fail to abide by the rules.

8. Comments to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Reserve Board re: Regulation Z: Proposed Rule on Ability to Pay and Qualified Mortgage

(Web Page; Thu Sep 20 16:40:00 CDT 2012)

In its first formal comment to the CFPB, the Center for Responsible Lending supports new Dodd-Frank mortgage reforms and urges the CFPB to ensure that lenders have appropriate consequences if they fail to abide by the rules.

9. Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act (HOEPA) Public Hearing

(Web Page; Tue Jan 10 16:03:00 CST 2012)

The Federal Reserve Board held a public hearing under the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act (HOEPA) on June 14 2007, to gather information on how it might use its rulemaking authority to curb abusive lending practices in the...

10. 08152007_CRL Comment to FRB

(File; Fri May 01 12:49:00 CDT 2009)

Description: CRL's formal written comments on the Federal Reserve Board's June 15 Hearing on how the Fed can "address issues about predatory lending in a way that preserves incentives for responsible lenders to provide credit to borrowers, particularly subprime borrowers."

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