The Federal Reserve Board will consider amendments to the Truth in Lending Act placing new restrictions on mortgage broker compensation.

"The proposal will include new rules governing mortgage originator compensation," Fed governor Elizabeth Duke said. The proposed rule — which the Fed will take up on July 23 — also includes "re-redesign, consumer tested disclosures and rule changes for closed-end mortgages and home-equity lines of credit,"

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