Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

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Remember that time the nation's largest banks engaged in fraud and deceptive lending to fuel Wall Street's insatiable appetite
Last December I wrote about a bank merger deal that could create yet another "too big to fail" bank from the smoking embers of two of the very banks that helped blow up our economy in 2008: OneWest Bank (formerly IndyMac) and CIT Bank. While I'm baffled that this merger is still pending, I'm happy to report a bit of good news.
It's all about how millions of Americans who may have been thrown out of their homes, or at least forced to stress about the possibility, were denied access to information that might have revealed how widespread the foreclosure problem was.
As mayor and Assembly speaker, Villaraigosa had considerable success forging compromises in the midst of controversies. So far, however, he's been invisible on this issue.
The Cummings letter, which cites preliminary reports by Promontory Financial, one of the large auditing firms hired to review
To those who are still waiting, these explanations provide little comfort. "This is ridiculous," said Roberta Reid, who is
Madoff had also separately told U.S. authorities that JPMorgan - the bank he had used during his decades-long investment
It's been five years. I'm still sitting by the phone waiting for him to call. In case you don't know who Jamie Dimon is, he
The federal government has increasingly discussed the need to assist those who took out private student loans. Unlike federal
Confronting bullies no matter what size, shape or corporate configuration should be the sworn moral duty of every citizen.
Joel Sucher, a filmmaker with Pacific Street Films in Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. is working on Foreclosure Diaries, a documentary
The Independent Foreclosure Review process has been an utter disappointment. More than four million families have been waiting for answers since the IFR was instituted in April 2011.
Government investigators have found that JPMorgan Chase devised “manipulative schemes” that transformed “money-losing power
Let's face it. The biggest bank regulator in the U.S. is an abject failure. Worse, it's costing us oodles of money, and not just from bounced checks.
Over the past few months Warren and other legislators have repeatedly asked bank regulators at the Office of the Comptroller
Common errors included misapplied fees, foreclosures processed while a borrower was in the midst of a government-sponsored
As part of the settlement, the mortgage companies said they will make $3.6 billion in direct payments to foreclosed borrowers
There is a new report out once again reminding us of the greatest disappointment progressives have in the Obama administration: the lack of toughness in regards to Wall Street. Until the Obama administration fixes this problem, the rest of the economy is going to keep suffering.
Quicker than you can say Office of the Comptroller of the Currency the Obama administration's promise to do justice for over four million foreclosed homeowners has evaporated into the could-have-been ether.