WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Friday slightly raised the asset threshold for banks that are required to collect certain mortgage disclosure data, increasing it by $1 million to $42 million.

Institutions with $42 million or less of assets are not required to report data through the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act next year.

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