Recorded: December 4, 2013
Length: 90 Minutes
Part Three of a three-part audio conference series.
Six of the seven mortgage reform rules have been published in final form from the CFPB and numerous running updates continue to modify future expectations almost weekly for residential lending. With the changing CFPB rules, fears surrounding what banks can and cannot do in the future are the norm. The wide ranging opinions generated to date focus on large scale mortgage producers or narrow regulatory perspectives.
Join compliance experts, David M. Bequeaith and Lindsay E. LaNore, as they outline each of the seven mortgage reform rules and future expectations. This three-part audio conference series will give participants an accurate, relevant and timely examination of the CFPB's Mortgage Reform efforts and the impact on your institution.
ICBA is hosting an audio conference next week to follow through with the mortgage reform training conducted earlier in the year now that the final updates have been published. This is no boiler plate iteration of all of the requirement but is focused on the critical, challenging issues in each segment of reform based on our experience presenting the rules in training forums and facilitating implementation at representative banks. The audio call will explore lessons learned from the industry to date and offer an open discussion about what community banks are doing to prepare for adherence to these new rules. The call is the latest in ICBA's CFPB Mortgage Reform Audio Conference Series.
David M. Bequeaith
David is founder and principal consultant for Bequeaith Banking Solutions, LLC. His company specializes in risk management by providing compliance, loan portfolio monitoring and regulatory assistance to financial institutions on a local and regional basis with additional national exposure through delivery of two well-known training and speaking programs.
Lindsay E. LaNore
Lindsay is a principal consultant with Bequeaith Banking Solutions, LLC. She is responsible for the management and leadership of compliance performance at client banks. Additionally, she directs the maintenance and development of compliance training materials and related publications for national and local clients.
1.5 CPE Credits
Program Level: Basic-Intermediate