Date Released:CFPB-PR-240216-1

February 16, 2024


CFPB-PR-240216-1 – CFPB Issues Revised Supervisory Appeals ProcessStreamlined rule details how financial institutions can appeal findings from supervisory examinations


WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council today issued a statement of principles related to valuation discrimination and bias for member entities to consider in their consumer compliance and safety and soundness examinations. The principles aid member entities in assessing whether their supervised institutions’ compliance and risk management practices are appropriate to identify and mitigate discrimination or bias in their residential property valuation practices.

Financial institution supervisors routinely assess the risk management processes of institutions’ residential lending activity during both consumer compliance and safety and soundness examinations. Consumer compliance examinations focus on compliance with consumer financial protection laws and regulations, while safety and soundness examinations focus on an institution’s financial condition and operations. The examination principles released today are designed for both types of examination.

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