Mortgage insurers have won a victory in the fight to protect their turf against incursions by lenders.

Their efforts to discourage the use of other forms of credit enhancement paid off last month, when the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. joined two other banking regulators in approving a new rule that would make it more expensive for some lenders to hold so-called 80-10-10 mortgages.

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