Abstract Genetic background of mature B cell neoplasms with villous lymphocytes is poorly understood. We identified a novel breakpoint region at 14q32.13 that was rearranged together with IGH/14q32.33 in 4 BRAF/V600E-negative leukemia/lymphoma cases with villous lymphocytes carrying either t(14;14)(q32.13;q32.33) (3 patients) or del(14)(q32.13q32.33) (1 patient). The 14q32.13 breakpoints were mapped by FISH in the region harboring the TCL1A/TCL1B/TCL6 genes, known to be affected by TCRA/D-mediated t(14;14)(q11;q32)/inv(14)(q11q32) occurring in T-cell leukemia/lymphoma. To identify the target of t(14;14)(q32.13;q32.33) and del(14)(q32.13q32.33), qRT-PCR analysis of 25 candidate genes located centromerically and telomerically to the 14q3213 breakpoint was performed. Any of the analyzed genes was commonly overexpressed in the presented cases. Of note, upregulated transcription of TCL1A was observed in 2 cases. In summary, we provide evidence that IGH-mediated chromosomal aberrations affecting the 14q32.13/TCL1A-TCL6 region are recurrent in mature B-cell neoplasms with villous lymphocytes. Despite extensive qRT-PCR studies, molecular consequences of these novel aberrations remain elusive.