The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will issue mortgage servicing rules this year that would impose new limits on force-placed insurance products and require additional disclosures for adjustable-rate mortgages, Director Richard Cordray said Tuesday.

The bureau will also issue a rule requiring servicers to provide consumers with better information in their billing statements, Cordray said in a speech to the National Association of Attorneys General annual meeting in Washington. Fixing the mortgage market is an "urgent priority" for the CFPB, he said.

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