The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is giving the 17 or so participants in its "small business" review panel five additional days to offer comments on the agency's mortgage banking compensation proposals.

Late Monday night the agency sent out notice to participants saying, "We have been informed that there are follow-up questions on the proposal under consideration whether to require that origination fees in transactions with creditor-paid and brokerage-paid compensation be "flat," i.e., do not vary with the size of the loan."

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