This week, NCRC filed comments to the US Department of Treasury and US Department of Housing and Urban Development regarding the future of the Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs), the regulation of the housing finance system, and the role of government in the finance system. Click here to download the Comments as a PDF
This week, NCRC filed comments to the SEC regarding proposed rules that will address how rating agencies are regulated. These comments follow NCRC’s letter to the SEC in April asking for an investigation of the practices of the nation’s largest rating agency companies. Click here to read NCRC’s filed comments, as well as its April […]
NCRC Chief Operating Officer James Carr gave testimony today before the US House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, calling for the establishment of a new cabinet level agency focused on civil rights enforcement, the creation of an interagency National Fair Housing Plan and an expansion […]
NCRC Regulatory Comments: FHA, Re: Provide Relief to Borrowers Now
Feb 13, 2008, NCRC President and CEO Testimony Before House Financial Services Committee: The Community Reinvestment Act: Thirty Years of Accomplishments, but Challenges Remain. Download testimony.
NCRC COO James Carr Testifies Before House Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law with Bold New Plan in Response to Foreclosure Crisis. Download Testimony1.63 Mb
NCRC testifies before the House Financial Services Committee calling for stronger legislation accelerating loan modifications, improving foreclosure prevention and enhancing enforcement.
NCRC’s policy positions regarding the Community Reinvestment Act , fair housing, financial modernization, and many other issues, inform and help shape legislation that affects access to credit and capital for low- and moderate-income communities. NCRC is a leader in national discussions and provides trusted information to its members through alerts, comment letters on legislative and […]
NCRC CEO John Taylor testifed on behalf of NCRC, The National Consumer Law Center, and Rainbow/Push Regarding HR3915, the Mortgage Reform and Anti-Predatory Lending Act of 2007.