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Michael D. Calhoun

Michael D. Calhoun

Center For Responsible Lending
Washington, DC, USA

Michael Calhoun is President of the Center for Responsible Lending, which is the policy affiliate of Self-Help, the nation's largest community development lender that has provided over $6.4 billion in financing for first time homeowner loans and small business loans. The Center for Responsible Lending is a nonpartisan, nonprofit research and policy institute focusing on consumer lending issues. Mr. Calhoun was a principal drafter of the North Carolina acts regulating predatory mortgage loans and mortgage brokers and lenders, and he has more than twenty five years experience in consumer lending. He has authored numerous papers on the subject and has testified before Congress and many state legislatures.  Prior to working for CRL, he was head of several lending divisions at Self-Help, including secondary mortgage market programs. He is a former member and chair of the Federal Reserve Consumer Advisory Committee. Mr. Calhoun received his B.A. degree in economics from Duke University, and his J.D. degree from the University of North Carolina. 

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