The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) has drafted and sent to Washington officials a regulatory reform proposal suggesting how a new federal mortgage regulatory agency the group has been calling for might set lending and servicing rules for the entire mortgage industry, regardless of charter or license.

"Under our proposal, we are calling for one federal regulator to implement standards and oversee all mortgage bankers and brokers," MBA president and chief executive John Courson said.

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