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Thanks for Kathleen Keest

posted by Katie Porter

Credit Slips thanks Kathleen Keest, Senior Policy Counsel with the Center for Responsible Lending, for her contributions as guest-blogger last week. Kathleen highlighted some historic trends in consumer credit and gave her insights on some very pressing current matters, including the underwriting of loan modifications and the securitization of auto loans. We hope to have her join us again and will keep an eye out for her continued advocacy efforts on behalf of American families.


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