SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wells Fargo and Company (NYSE: WFC) has entered into an Amended Consent Order with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) regarding compliance with an April 2011 Consent Order.
“Wells Fargo has implemented significant changes to our mortgage servicing operations and achieved compliance with major elements of the original Consent Order,” said Mike Heid, president of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. “We will continue to work with the OCC to address the remaining items, and we have in place an action plan to complete that work in the coming months.
“The Amended Consent Order will not impact our retail or correspondent origination activities, or our ability to service mortgage loans originated through those channels,” added Heid.
Overall, Wells Fargo is in compliance with 83 of the 98 items detailed in the April 2011 Consent Order and in full compliance with Articles V, VI, VII and X. Those Articles cover third-party management, MERS-related matters, the Independent Foreclosure Reviews and risk assessment practices. In addition, the company is in compliance with the vast majority of the remaining Articles.
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