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RESPA Section 8

Be sure to JOIN US on December 8, 2020, for our webinar, “RESPA Section 8”.  If you are a mortgage loan officer you probably cringe a little when you hear the words “RESPA Section 8”.  Historically, this has been an area that has been very murky.  There...

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Start Planning for 2021

Even though many of you may be excited to close the door on 2020, it is essential to start planning for 2021.  Have you considered what you will need from a compliance standpoint?  Do you need a full review of your compliance program?  An annual independent BSA/AML...

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SAFE Act

Be sure to JOIN US on December 1, 2020, for a flash webinar on the SAFE Act.  When it comes to requirements related to mortgage loan originators, both the SAFE Act and Truth in Lending have something to say.  While the requirements are very similar they are...

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BSA/AML Conference OnDemand

On November 10th, we hosted our virtual BSA/AML Compliance Conference.  This wrapped up our Fall Conference series and we can’t thank you enough!  All three conference (Deposits, Lending, and BSA/AML) we’re a huge success!  Here is some of the feedback we received...

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Fair Debt Collection Practices Final Rule

The CFPB recently issued a Final Rule to revise Regulation F, which implements the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.  The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act was passed in 1977 to establish specific consumer protections surrounding the collection of debts and it’s...

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Joint Intent Documentation

Joint intent, which is required by Regulation B, is one of those requirements that many loan officers believe isn’t that big of a deal.  But, it is.  It helps prove you are aren’t coercing or requiring people to become obligated on loans.  You need to...

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EFT Error Resolution Myths Cont.

The electronic funds transfer error resolution requirements found in Regulation E continue to be cited in regulatory exams.  Error resolution violations have been addressed in several recent editions of the CFPB’s Supervisory Highlights and we frequently see errors in...

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Learn TRID from A to Z

Be sure to JOIN US for our three-part webinar series, “TRID A-Z”.  These sessions will occur on November 5th, November 12th and November 19th The CFPB has updated their TRID FAQs a couple of times in 2020 and one area of clarification involved disclosing fees...

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