§__.22(d) Evaluation of Loans Made by Consortia or Third Parties

§__.22(d) – 2

Q: Regardless of examination types, how will examiners evaluate loans made by consortia or third parties?

A2. Loans originated or purchased by consortia in which an institution participates or by third parties in which an institution invests will be considered only if they qualify as community development loans and will be considered only under the community development criterion. However, loans originated directly on the books of an institution or purchased by the institution are considered to have been made or purchased directly by the institution, even if the institution originated or purchased the loans as a result of its participation in a loan consortium. These loans would be considered under the lending test or community development test criteria appropriate to them depending on the type of loan and type of examination.


Source: Interagency Questions & Answers Regarding Community Reinvestment | July 2016

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