Treasury Seeks Wall Street Input on Overhauling Watchdog

Where can we help with comments on this subject?! Contact the Secretary of Treasury – click HERE. Please maintain decorum.

We’ll achieve more from polite conduct and facts than from shrill resistance attitudes. Remember: “It’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice.”

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  • Lobbyists in private meeting call for weakening super-watchdog
  • Trump has ordered Treasury report on rethinking risk panel
A pedestrian walks past the Wall Street subway station near New York Stock Exchange.

Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

The Trump administration is letting the financial industry make its case that a super regulator set up to prevent a repeat of the 2008 crisis should be reined in.

At a closed-door meeting in Washington Thursday, lobbying groups for banks, securities firms and banks argued to Treasury Department officials that the Financial Stability Oversight Council should revamp its approach, according to people with direct knowledge of the topics discussed. Industry participants said the council should stop tagging companies as “systemically important,” a label that subjects them to greater scrutiny. The groups also want it to be easier for firms that have been called out as risky to escape the additional…

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Another PennyMac Crash! CA Case for Homeowner

Why are the CA courts afraid to publish these decisions? Ridiculous! It’s time to expose the corruption and pitiful slaughtering of our land titles and records.

Click HERE for a copy of the decision.

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American jurisprudence is clearly still struggling with the fact that in most cases the forecloser either does not exist or does not have any interest in the loans they seek to enforce. In virtually all instances PennyMac is acting in the role of a sham conduit while allowing its name to be used as the front for a nonexistent lender.

Such foreclosers use semantics and legal procedure to create and cover-up the illusion of “ownership” of the debt (the loan) and the illusion of having the rights to enforce the note bestowed by a true creditor. This case opinion is correct in every respect and it conforms with basic black letter law in all 50 states; yet courts still strive to find ways to allow disinterested parties to foreclose.

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