ABA Telephone Briefing*
There are significant changes in the fair lending arena that you need to anticipate. This recording of the live, two-hour telephone briefing held on November 28, 2012 provides your institution with in-depth coverage of the latest trends and best practices in fair lending. Get your questions answered by industry leaders.
The 2011 HMDA data is out, and is now being used by bank regulators to target institutions for greater fair lending scrutiny. In addition, overall responsibility for the HMDA rulemaking has moved from the Federal Reserve Board to the CFPB, which has expanded authority to increase the HMDA data collection requirements and to make elements of the data publicly available. The CFPB has authority to prescribe rules regarding (1) the nature and scope of the data to be collected and reported, (2) the method of submitting data, (3) the format and content of disclosures, and (4) required modifications to the HMDA data prior to public disclosure by the FFIEC and the reporting entities.
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The Institute of Certified Bankers (ICB) is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of performance and ethics within the financial services industry.
Topics will include:
- A review of the Fed’s analysis of the new 2011 HMDA data, as well as the impact of the new census data on CRA and fair lending
- A summary of the new role of the CFPB in HMDA data collection and a discussion of the regulatory agenda for new HMDA regulations
- A discussion with the nation’s pre-eminent fair lending defense attorneys about recent trends in enforcement investigations and settlements
- An FDIC review examiner’s view of recent fair lending examination issues with suggestions for creating a pro-active fair lending compliance program.
Join us for this critical telephone briefing and prepare yourself as regulators change their scrutiny of your fair lending programs.
- Kelly Cochran, Acting Assistant Director for Regulations, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Washington, DC
- Andrew L. Sandler, Chairman & Executive Partner, BuckleySandler LLP, Washington, DC
- Glenn Canner, Sr. Advisor, Research and Statistics or Neil Bhutta, Economist, Financial Structure, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, Washington, DC
- Tim Kalyvas, Fair Lending and CRA Review Examiner, FDIC, Washington, DC
- Paul Smith, ABA Moderator
Who Should Attend?
- Compliance and Fair Lending Officers and Managers
- Bank Counsel
- Mortgage Loan Risk Managers
- External and Internal Auditors
- Lending Officers
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