Complying With Federal Mortgage Lending Law
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Navigating mortgage banking's legal landscape has never been more complex. Among the myriad of mortgage-related rules issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are the ability to repay/qualified mortgage rules, the servicing rules, and revisions to the loan originator compensation rules.
These rules, among others, are resetting the legal and compliance climate of an entire industry. Join us for a discussion on strategies for complying with federal mortgage banking-related laws and pro-actively addressing our unprecedented federal regulatory oversight and enforcement environment.
Topics Covered Include:
- Overview of the Current Regulatory Environment
- The Role the Mortgage Crisis Played
- Key Enforcement Actions/Settlements
- The Impact of the CFPB
- Discussion of Key Origination Related Laws
- Discussion of Key Servicing Related Laws
Reid F. Herlihy
Michael S. Waldron
- Attorney with Ballard Spahr LLP
- Practices in business and finance, mortgage banking, consumer financial services, and privacy and data security
- Provides regulatory and transactional advice for clients on a range of issues involving state and federal consumer finance laws
- J.D. degree, George Mason University School of Law; B.S. degree, College of William & Mary
- Partner at Ballard Spahr LLP and practice leader of the Mortgage Banking Group
- Focus has been on mortgage regulatory reform, enforcement actions and preparing clients for regulatory examinations, including those by the CFPB
- Former in-house counsel for two national lender/servicing shops
- Draws on his experience in-house to advise and represent mortgage companies, financial institutions, and secondary-market investors on the complexities of the current marketplace
- Editor of The Mortgage Finance Regulation Answer Book 2011 to 2012, published by the Practising Law Institute
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