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The Poison Pill that Killed Risk Retention
September 4, 2013

The Dodd-Frank Act aimed to make the mortgage market safer by requiring originators to hold onto a portion of the home loans they generate. American Banker Washington bureau chief Rob Blackwell argues that under heavy industry pressure regulators have failed to live up to the spirit of the law and gutted the provision.

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Maintaining blind faith in regulation in the wake of the proposed risk retention rule is like still believing in central planning, devoid of reality.
Posted by kvillani | Thursday, September 05 2013 at 3:48PM ET
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