So Many Disclosures Don't Make 'Sense'

May 2011
Credit Union Journal;5/30/2011, Vol. 15 Issue 21, p15
Trade Publication
The article presents the insights of Aaron Bresko and Debra Toepfer on the proposed rules on appraisals in which Bresko notes that transparency and simplification of disclosures were needed.


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