Up, running and fully empowered, the CFPBs installation of Richard Cordray means supervision and regulation of the mortgage industry is full steam ahead. And yet, in many respects, the industry is paralyzed waiting for lawmakers and regulators to reach consensus a variety of issues, while other developments require lenders and servicers to take immediate action.
Dont miss this fact-filled Web seminar that will bring you UP TO THE MINUTE ANALYSIS OF ALL the pressing regulatory issues that mortgage lenders, servicers and related professionals are subject to.
Key points covered will include:
- The state of AGs negotiations with mortgage servicers will those terms become the de facto standard in the industry
- OCC guidelines addressing foreclosure and REO
- Update on CFPBs leadership and authority
- CFPB's examination manual and procedures for mortgage servicing
- CFPB 's rule making and other substantive actions - mortgage complaint desk, TIL/GFE disclosure forms, early warning notice process
- QRM Risk Retention and QM rules
- Understanding how regulation applies to default servicing in todays market
- Mark Fogarty, Editor, National Mortgage News
Jonathan Jaffe works with banks, savings associations, mortgage bankers and brokers, consumer and commercial finance lenders, real estate professionals, and e-commerce companies. He advises clients in the areas of general corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, commercial real estate, consumer and commercial lending, and secured transactions. In addition, he also counsels clients on matters involving e-commerce and electronic delivery of financial services.
John Prendergast serves as the Vice President of Non-Depository Supervision for CSBS. In this capacity John works to promote the development of initiatives for the state banking and non-depository regulatory agencies to better foster coordination and process improvement in the mortgage and money service business areas. John also provides expertise and support to state banking Commissioners regarding state and federal policy matters, as well as supporting the professional development division in the creation and delivery of non-depository related schools and programs.
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