Federal regulators on Thursday unveiled a set of recommendations for strengthening regulations governing mortgage lending, including improved disclosures and the adoption by all states of a nationwide licensing standard for mortgage brokers. In announcing the recommendations Thursday, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said that "regulation needs to catch up with innovation and help restore investor confidence but not go so far as to create new problems, make our markets less efficient or cut off credit to those who need it." The recommendations were outlined in a 21-page report issued by The President's Working Group on Financial Markets, whose members include the Department of the Treasury, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Securities and Excha...
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