WASHINGTON — Rep. Maxine Waters, the lead Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee, has asked regulators for more information related to a $9.3 billion settlement with mortgage servicers announced earlier this year.

The California Democrat asked Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke and Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry in a Feb. 15 letter for additional information about certain consultants involved in the independent foreclosure review, which was halted in the wake of the landmark settlement.

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