Julie Vorman

Managing Editor - Financial Reform & Corporate Accountability  The Center for Public Integrity

Borrower Nightmares

By Julie Vorman

2012 election + weak housing market = new White House policies?

By Shirley Gao and Julie Vorman

Consumer advocate Warren returns to ring for more sparring with GOP-led panel

By Julie Vorman

Mortgage servicing standards at the top of consumer agency's agenda

By Julie Vorman and Shirley Gao

Denied a loan? Lenders now must disclose your credit score and tell why

By Julie Vorman

Financial reform this week: CFPB pushes ahead with plan for non-bank regulation

By Julie Vorman

“Go tell a Republican,” Rep. Frank says to complaints that Congress has failed to curb foreclosures

By Julie Vorman

SEC aims to shed more light on murky world of derivatives

By Shirley Gao and Julie Vorman

Bank of America, which spent $4 billion to buy Countrywide, now must pay $8.5 billion settlement to Countrywide investors

By Julie Vorman

Senior Treasury Dept. official is latest financial regulator to resign

By Julie Vorman

Financial reform this week: Will Fed bow to banks' demand to keep swipe fees high?

By Julie Vorman

Financial reform this week: How to handle a Too Big To Fail bank near collapse

By Julie Vorman

House, Senate banking panels led by chairmen with modest personal wealth

By Julie Vorman

Reform reading: TBTF banks lacking wind-down plan could be forced to restructure

By Julie Vorman

Financial reform this week: Derivatives market jittery about missed deadlines

By Julie Vorman

Financial reform this week: TBTF banks weigh in on plan for "living wills"

By Julie Vorman

Financial reform this week: House panel to question Fed about future loan disclosures

By Julie Vorman

As Fannie, Freddie flounder, six top execs receive handsome rewards

By John Solomon and Julie Vorman

Financial reform this week: Will SEC's final whistleblower rule require first filing internal complaint?

By Julie Vorman

Financial reform this week: Would companies drop compensation committees to evade SEC rule?

By Julie Vorman

Financial reform this week: Senate hearing to examine systemic risk response

By Julie Vorman

How much does it really cost to process debit card purchases?

By Julie Vorman

Financial reform this week: House Republicans push bill to curb CFPB power

By Julie Vorman

Financial Reform — Week of April 25

By Julie Vorman

Broadband money flows to House panel that opposed network neutrality

By Julie Vorman

Gitmo prisoner matched to Pearl murder video faces military trial

By Julie Vorman

Fed chief says he will take press questions each quarter

By Julie Vorman

Payday lenders boost spending on lobbying, campaigns as consumer agency takes shape

By Julie Vorman

Big banks can fund mortgage aid programs If government won't, says Democrat

By Julie Vorman

No guns in latest ATF raid were knowingly allowed to enter Mexico, prosecutor says

By Julie Vorman

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