The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Wednesday providedmore details on how it will help regulators and lenders comply withthe bureau's new mortgage regulations.

The effort will address rules finalized last month definingqualified mortgages, a consumer's ability to repay, and newrules for mortgage servicers that go into effect in January 2014.

The initiatives were announced by CFPB Director Richard Cordray during a Feb. 5webinar sponsored by the NCUA.

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