A lawsuit recently filed against Castle & Cook illustrates the dangers companies face in the wake of compliance problems. Although most focus on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in assessing compliance risks, the agency is only part of the concern. Castle & Cook, which paid millions in connection with a consent decree pertaining to violations of the loan officer compensation rules, has now been sued civilly in a class action pertaining to the same activity. Click here to read the entire article on National Mortgage News.
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