The mortgage company said the errors CFPB found in its 2012-2014 HMDA data were simply “technical data issues”
The CFPB has levied the largest-ever fine for an HMDA violation against the lender
Leaders of the government’s top regulatory agencies say Congress needs to take the lead in reforming the country’s housing finance system
The Federal Reserve’s stress test of major banks found that all of them should be able to withstand a severe economic shock
A former Treasury secretary still insists that the government’s decision to take all profits from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac was the right thing to do
A sitting U.S. congressman who was one of the architects of post-crisis mortgage relief has been found guilty on numerous charges involving bribery and the misappropriation of federal funds
A pair of economic advisors have laid the blame for the mortgage meltdown on the presidency of Bill Clinton. But how much – or how little – did the Clinton Administration contribute to the crisis?
Bank of America will be under a lot of pressure Thursday as results from its annual stress test post. Passing the test could boost shareholder payouts by 63%