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CRA cheat sheet: New regime would look very different American Banker

Evaluate, summarize: The long awaited proposal by the OCC and FDIC to modernize the Community Reinvestment Act would seek to make grading simpler and more transparent while allowing banks to spread loans and investments across a broader geographic area.

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