The Equifax breach was just one hot topic discussed at NAMB’s national conference this past weekend; we spoke to attendees about how originators might navigate credit security going forward
The scandal-plagued bank, which cut nearly 500 jobs Tuesday, won’t be doing business with California for at least another year
A Wisconsin couple convicted in 2011 of mortgage fraud will get a new trial after seeing their conviction overturned in a federal court, which pointed the finger of blame squarely at their broker
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has finalized modifications to its January 2013 mortgage rules
A California family is staying in its home after a local TV station’s investigation demonstrated that they had been illegally foreclosed on by a company that’s been under scrutiny for hasty foreclosures before
CFPB director Richard Cordray has claimed that the pre-crisis lack of oversight in areas of the mortgage market let consumers down, and has defended the role of the CFPB
President Barack Obama's top choice for Federal Reserve chair has withdrawn his name from contention, saying his confirmation was likely to be 'acrimonious'
One of the nation’s largest lenders will spend billions this year to put the lid on its compliance problems