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WASHINGTON — Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, this week defended his agency’s qualified mortgage regulations against recent criticism.

Speaking to bank and credit union executives attending the Mortgage Bankers Association meeting at the Washington Convention Center on Monday, Cordray took issue with the suggestion that current QM regulations may effectively shrink the numbers of available housing finance loans because so few mortgages funded now will meet requirements that take effect in January.

“Based on the other elements of the QM definition, we estimate that more than 95% of the mortgage loans being made in the current market will be Qualified Mortgages, as Mark Zandi of Moody’s Analytics recently confirmed,” Cordray told the group.

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