As regulators try to collaborate on new securitization rules, a fissure has emerged in bankers' own thinking on the subject.
A united industry had lobbied Congress to exempt extra-safe loans from retention requirements in the Dodd-Frank Act. But an idea from Wells Fargo & Co. to limit that to loans with more money down has inflamed concerns that just a few large banks could enjoy the exemption.
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