New HMDA Reporting Requirements: Effective January 1, 2018

Aired: Tuesday, August 22, 2017 


2.5 CRCM

The effective date for extensive HMDA changes is January 1, 2018. Will your organization be ready?

The impact of the revised HMDA reporting goes far beyond adding a few data elements to the annual HMDA data reporting. The changes impact processes including origination, servicing and HMDA reporting. Data quality is of critical importance and several systems will need to be changed.

Additionally, resolving legal issues is now paramount. Lenders must be prepared by January 1 to record the correct information under the new rules on their Loan Application Registers (LARs) -- and in some cases, Lenders may even need to collect the corrected information for applications taken this fall, if those applications are decided in 2018.

Join our knowledgeable panelists in this two-hour recording to receive in-depth, critical information on HMDA implementation, key legal issues and steps your organization needs to take in order to ensure successful execution of these major changes.

This recording focuses on:

  • HMDA Implementation
    • High level overview of the new HMDA reporting requirements and their implications for implementation
    • Key implementation considerations including: process, systems, data and organization
    • How to plan for the change and be ready for implementation
  • Key legal issues
    • Collection and reporting of ethnicity, race and sex
    • Credit scores
    • Automated underwriting systems results
  • Speakers:

    • Rod Alba, Senior Vice President, Real Estate Finance and Senior Regulatory Counsel, American Bankers Association (moderator)
    • Kathleen Keller, Managing Director, Regulatory Compliance Support Practice, Newbold Advisors, LLC
    • Kathleen "Kitty" Ryan, Counsel, Buckley Sandler LLP
    • Sherry Safchuk, Associate, Buckley Sandler LLP
     
 

 Continuing Education Credits

 
The Institute of Certified Bankers (ICB) has approved this program for 2.5 CRCM continuing education credits for the live program and the recording.

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Questions? Please contact Linda Shepard / Cari Hearn for more information.
 

 Pricing & Purchasing

 

Streaming Online Recording
ABA Member • $265
Non-Member • $395

 

 Who Should Attend

 
  • Compliance Officers and Managers
  • Fair Lending Officers and Managers
  • Loan / Lending Officers
  • Loan Processors
  • Mortgage Loan Risk Managers
  • Other Loan Operational Personnel
  • Internal / External Auditors
  • Risk Managers
  • Bank Counsel
  • Senior Bank Managers
  • CRCMs and CPAs
 

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