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HMDA Auditing #2: Collateral and Transaction-Specific Data Elements

Aired: Thursday, January 10, 2019

2.5 CRCM

Auditing HMDA data for compliance can be an intimidating job.

Patti Joyner Blenden focuses on collateral and transaction-specific HMDA data elements in the second recorded webinar of a three-part series.

Discussion Highlights:

  • Maximize your understanding of the relationship between various data elements by dwelling types, transaction information and documentation supporting the institution's action taken, and other important data relationships.
  • Focus on construction methods, land property interests, plus the all-important geographical data, property location and address.
  • Take a look at audit techniques that will venture into the critical transaction data elements describing the information analyzed to determine the institution's credit decision.
  • Receive a careful explanation of the differences between HMDA and ECOA action taken designations.

Get step-by-step guidelines for developing and conducting an overall HMDA audit plan in this three-part series. Register for multiple briefings or recordings and save. 

You will receive checklists, matrices and other useful tools to enhance your auditing procedures and help you make sense of the new HMDA requirements.


  • Patti Joyner Blenden, CRCM, Founder and President, Financial Solutions



 Continuing Education Credits


ABA Professional Certifications has approved this program for 2.0 CRCM continuing education credits for the live program and the recording.

CPE logo Recordings are not eligible for CPE credits. 

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




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  • Senior Bank Managers
  • CRCMs and CPAs

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