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Restore former individual usury interest limits (7 to 8%) and bankruptcy protection standards (including judicial cram-downs for home mortgages) and limit arbitrary fees and penalty charges.
To keep our credit union blood boiling post HR-1151, our trades have served up blatantly anticonsumer causes such as bankruptcy reform, credit card reform and opposition to cram-downs.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Florida), in addressing the NPC, explained the reason she believes cram-downs are needed.
TowerGroup expects Obama to encourage Congress to give these reduction programs a chance, eliminating the need for judicial cram-downs.
It covers such deal terms as anti-dilution protection, clawback provisions, next-round financing, cram-downs, overhang problems, warrant coverage and liquidation preferences, discussion of the Stock Purchase Agreement, and model documents, opinion letters and a due diligence checklist.
government; legislative proposals to allow mortgage cram-downs in bankruptcy or force other loan modifications; participation in the U.
7) Restore former individual usury and bankruptcy protections and interest charge limits (7% or 8%) including judicial cram-downs to address the defaulting credit card and subprime borrower crises and curb the excesses of those businesses;
CU lobbying has survived for a while playing defense against issues like cram-downs and creating a minimum threshold for CFPB coverage but lost their latest defense against the debit interchange cap.
While President Obama's plan should encourage further lending at our current low rates, cram-downs would have a harmful effect on an already fragile system.
Senate bowed to the pressure of the bankers' lobbyists and refused to allow mortgage cram-downs is bankruptcy courts.
We have steadfastly maintained that mortgage cram-downs should be limited to subprime or nontraditional mortgages.
CUNA was urging its attendees to focus on keeping mortgage cram-downs out of the legislation, on opposing changes to interchange fees and overdraft protection programs and on raising the cap on member business loans.