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OCC Goes It Alone on Anti-Redlining Rule Rewrite

May 20, 2020, Bloomberg Law

Randy Benjenk is quoted in Bloomberg Law regarding new anti-redlining rules from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Mr. Benjenk says the OCC’s plans to assess new data as banks are still complying with existing CRA rules is going to create problems for the industry and the agency’s examiners. He adds, “CRA personnel are going to have to be doing many things at once.”

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