FSR Comments on OCC’s Proposed Data Collection

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FSR noted it could not respond to the OCC’s request for comments on the proposed collection of data related to domestic credit card receivables, home equity lines of credit, and residential mortgage loan origination and servicing because the proposal lacks sufficient information. The proposal does not contain data templates or an effective date for data collection. Furthermore, the proposal does not indicate which banks will be subject to the data collection requirements.

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