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02/14/2004

Curry addresses CRA conference

In remarks at the 2014 National Interagency Community Reinvestment Conference, Comptroller Curry discussed the interagency effort to align the agencies' approaches to CRA evaluations, improve the evaluation procedures and provide effective training to CRA examiners. He stated "one of the most critical goals at the OCC is to develop and maintain the expertise of our examiners," to deal with the complexities of compliance and CRA requirements.

02/14/2004

FHFA foreclosure prevention report

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has announced the publication of the Fourth Quarter 2013 Foreclosure Prevention Report, also known as the Federal Property Manager's Report. The report indicates more than 3.1 million foreclosure prevention actions taken by Fannie Mae and Freddie have helped more than 2.5 million borrowers stay in their homes, including nearly 1.6 million who received permanent loan modifications.

02/14/2004

NCUA Small Dollar Lending webinar

A free webinar, "Small Dollar Lending," will be offered by the NCUA on April 16, 2014, at 2 p.m. EDT. The webinar will discuss how some credit unions have created short-term lending programs that work for their members and factors to consider before starting such a program, including:

  • The benefits short-term, small-dollar loans can bring to a credit union's portfolio mix
  • Regulatory concerns governing this type of product offering
  • The costs associated with developing or initiating short-term loans

Online registration is currently available for the webinar.

02/14/2004

Seven indicted in mortgage scheme

The Department of Justice has reported that seven individuals have been indicted for alleged participation in a mortgage fraud scheme that operated in the Miami, Florida area. Five of those charged owned or controlled properties in the area, and allegedly enlisted brokers and others to recruit straw buyers to fraudulently purchase condos in those properties, using documents with false statements and representations.

02/14/2004

Survey of Terms of Business Lending

The February 3–7, 2014, E.2 Survey of Terms of Business Lending report

has been released by the Federal Reserve System.

02/14/2004

CRA ratings released

The OCC has released the ratings received by twenty-eight national banks and federal savings associations recently evaluated for compliance with CRA. Three were rated outstanding and 25 received satisfactory ratings.

02/14/2004

Curry addresses CRA conference

In remarks at the 2014 National Interagency Community Reinvestment Conference, Comptroller Curry discussed the interagency effort to align the agencies' approaches to CRA evaluations, improve the evaluation procedures and provide effective training to CRA examiners. He stated "one of the most critical goals at the OCC is to develop and maintain the expertise of our examiners," to deal with the complexities of compliance and CRA requirements.

02/14/2004

FHFA foreclosure prevention report

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has announced the publication of the Fourth Quarter 2013 Foreclosure Prevention Report, also known as the Federal Property Manager's Report. The report indicates more than 3.1 million foreclosure prevention actions taken by Fannie Mae and Freddie have helped more than 2.5 million borrowers stay in their homes, including nearly 1.6 million who received permanent loan modifications.

02/14/2004

NCUA Small Dollar Lending webinar

A free webinar, "Small Dollar Lending," will be offered by the NCUA on April 16, 2014, at 2 p.m. EDT. The webinar will discuss how some credit unions have created short-term lending programs that work for their members and factors to consider before starting such a program, including:

  • The benefits short-term, small-dollar loans can bring to a credit union's portfolio mix
  • Regulatory concerns governing this type of product offering
  • The costs associated with developing or initiating short-term loans

Online registration is currently available for the webinar.

02/14/2004

Seven indicted in mortgage scheme

The Department of Justice has reported that seven individuals have been indicted for alleged participation in a mortgage fraud scheme that operated in the Miami, Florida area. Five of those charged owned or controlled properties in the area, and allegedly enlisted brokers and others to recruit straw buyers to fraudulently purchase condos in those properties, using documents with false statements and representations.

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