CFPB Issues Final HMDA Rule: What This Means For You And Your Bank
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The CFPB has implemented significant changes under Regulation C and the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act ("HMDA"). These changes impact the types of transactions and the types of institutions subject to Regulation C and HMDA.
In addition, the reporting and disclosure requirements have been modified, along with revisions to the data that must be collected. These changes require that entities subject to Regulation C and HMDA carefully review and understand these changes in order to ensure that their reporting is compliant.
This webinar will walk through the primary changes imposed by the final rule. It will also assist companies subject to Regulation C and HMDA understand the new requirements to help ensure compliant reporting.
- Brief Overview of HMDA and Regulation C
- Summary of the Elements of HMDA and Regulation C Impacted by the CFPB's Changes
Changes to Data Collected and Reporting
- Changes to Entities Subject to HMDA and Regulation C
- Changes to Transactions Covered by HMDA and Regulation C
Other Changes and ConclusionAbout The Presenter
- Modified and Expanded Data Collected
- Changes to Collection and Reporting
- Changes to Submission of Reporting
Robert W. Savoie
- Attorney in the New Orleans office of McGlinchey Stafford PLLC
- Louisiana Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” (Banking), 2016
- Industry Advisory Council member and Industry Development Working Group member for the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System State Regulatory Registry (NMLS SRR)
- Practice regularly involves assisting state and national banks, mortgage lenders, motor vehicle sales finance companies, and small dollar lenders with substantive consumer financial services compliance
- Conducted presentations on a wide variety of topics, ranging from mortgage servicing and debt collection issues for American Bar Association meetings and webinars to Servicemembers’ Civil Relief Act compliance in the context of Department of Justice examinations
- Published articles on subjects ranging from mortgage servicing to debit card interchange fees to mortgage foreclosure compliance
- American Bar Association, member, Consumer Financial Services Committee, Young Lawyer Liaison to the Small Dollar Lending Task Force
- J.D. degree, Notre Dame Law School
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