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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Get Up to Speed on New Mortgage Lending Rules--September 13

ABA is offering a new telephone briefing that highlights the developing regulatory issues and reviews the compliance challenges and difficulties you may expect to face in due to the massive reformation of mortgage lending rules. The telephone briefing will be held next Thursday September 13 from 2:00-4:00 EDT.

Panelists will discuss topics such as:
  • Timelines of all pending and imminent regulatory activity by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
  • Qualified Mortgage (QM) rulemaking
  • Risk Retention regulations (QRM)
  • Evolving mortgage origination examination procedures
  • Changes and developments affecting loan originator compensation rules
  • SAFE Act registration issuese and proposed originator education requirements
  • Legal developments affecting mortgage broker and whole operations
  • RESPA and TILA Reform disclosures and initiatives
  • Regulatory changes affecting MLO compensation
  • Proposed changes to escrow disclosures
  • Proposed rule on HOEPA triggers and HPML rulesl
  • Dodd-Frank amendments to Home Mortgage Disclosure Act

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1 comment:

kierran campbell said...

Hoping that this telephone briefing wil definitely help us understand hot mortgage leads strategies and policies because some of homeowners are not that knowledgeable with it.

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