WASHINGTON — The House Financial Services Committee passed a slew of bills on Wednesday, including one designed to ease capital requirements on mortgage servicing assets held by small institutions.

The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer, R-Mo., won substantial bipartisan support, passing the panel by a vote of 44 to 9. It would delay implementation of a provision of Basel III capital rules that establishes higher requirements on MSRs.

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