On September 24, the CFPB and DOJ announced a joint enforcement action against a federally-chartered savings association, alleging that the lender excluded predominantly minority neighborhoods from its mortgage lending business. The consent order, subject to court approval, would require the lender to, among other things, (i) pay $25 million in various subsidies to assist minority borrowers; (ii) provide a total of $2.25 million, over a five-year period, to local initiatives providing assistance and consumer education to residents in the excluded neighborhoods; and (iii) pay a $5.5 million civil money penalty.