2023 Lending Compliance Triage Conference
November 14 - 15, 2023
Your Lending Compliance Triage 2023 will be here before you know it.
We actually started our planning months ago, but are keeping a diligent eye on the pulse of compliance and updating our agenda for changes and "new interpretations" you'll want to know about. We'll be watching this up to the conference itself because there seems to always be something new and important a day before we start and we know you expect the latest information.
Reserve your seat now as this year's topics will be thought provoking and informational. The LCT isn't until November, and we purposely do not have an agenda yet. It is impossible to define each topic in detail this far in advance. As the months progress this process makes it possible for our speakers to focus in on the the most current and necessary topics.We do know that we will be laser-focused on:
Generally speaking you'll want the latest on the issues above, but we are not forgetting about flood.
- ECOA/Reg B's 1071 small business lending data requirements,
- appraisal bias issues and your responsibilities evolving there,
- everything TILA/Reg Z related,
- flood - it's a constant topic
- HMDA - there's always HMDA controversy
- military lending updates,
- new interpretations of all things loan-related,
- audit issues and
- common violations. (Learning from someone else's mistake is the best lesson learned.)
Did you know there was an FDIC penalty for $2,750, "because the Bank made, increased, extended or renewed a loan secured by a building ... located in a special flood hazard area without providing timely notice to the borrower and/or the servicer as to whether flood insurance was available for the collateral." Did I emphasize the singular "a" enough? That isn't a large fine, but who reading this wants to explain that expense to management and the board?
And we aren't forgetting FCRA, the CFPB's recommendations on SCRA/MLA and a very interesting court case involving GAP. We will talk about what is happening and how to avoid problems, and more.
UDAAP has merged into collections, fair lending and what we're calling "fair banking." UDAAP can touch everything in the bank and some banks are not giving it the risk-attention it deserves. We'll expand on this too so you can avoid unnecessary risk.
We'll cover strategies to correct errors. No one wants repeat violations and the CFPB has made it a point to highly criticize those banks ignoring agreements and with repeat violations. We'll talk what all of this can mean to your job, your compliance management program, and your bank.
The Lending Compliance Triage Conference is fast paced, it's fun, it's real-compliance life and it's jam-packed with information to keep your financial institution in compliance and on track.You will have access to our industry leaders to ask questions and learn from.
This year we welcome Kimberly Boatwright as she joins Maureen Carollo, Rebekah Leonard, John Burnett, and Andy Zavoina. Our speakers are a mix of past and present bankers and this mix enhances our ability to bring you the information you need to be more successful. You'll find more on our bios page.
We're excited about our speakers, and we promise you useful, topical information.We have expanded the time for our popular discussion panel as you requested and increased the frequency of breaks. The mind can only absorb as much as the rear can take. This year's conference will be even better than ever before!
Join us in November for our Lending Compliance Triage Conference!
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