WASHINGTON — Steve Antonakes, the No.2 at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, spent an hour with bankers on Wednesday attempting to ease concerns about impending mortgage rules and the examinations that will follow.

Antonakes repeatedly told executives at the American Bankers Association's government relations summit that the agency was listening to their concerns about mortgage rules issued in January, particularly issues with the so-called "qualified mortgage" definition.

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