Earlier this year, the CFPB released "Mortgage Origination Examination Procedures" for use by examiners when reviewing mortgage originators. From this release, came a number of specific things originators need to know and prepare for ahead of time so that when the new government regulator comes knocking on their door, they are ready.
Join us on July 26 for this important instructional Webinar. Dodd Frank Update and professional mortgage attorneys Richard Andreano Jr. and Christopher Willis from Ballard Spahr LLP have identified key areas within the new examination procedures that loan originators need to know about. This educational course will provide training on the "Mortgage Origination Examination Procedures," which consists of seven modules covering the various elements of the mortgage origination process. Our expert and nationally-known speakers will cover specific areas every originator should know in order to be ready when the CFPB calls to examine them.
Specifically, the speakers will:
- Provide an overview of the nonbank supervision program;
- Cover the compliance management concept;
- Discuss privilege issues;
- Instruct on the interplay with state regulators and examinations;
- Go over the key issues to know; and
- Prepare you for an exam.
The Webinar will also include a question and answer session led by Dodd Frank Update Editor Nathan Marinchick. And participants will have the opportunity to ask the speakers questions directly through the Webinar platform.
The release of the manual is a major step in implementing the CFPB's nonbank supervision program, and the CFBP is not waiting to act on it. Examinations have already begun and are expected to continue. Don't be caught off guard. Learn now what you need to do to prepare.
Richard J. Andreano, Jr.
Partner, Ballard Spahr LLP
Richard J. Andreano, Jr., is a partner at Ballard Spahr LLP in the Business and Finance Department, practice leader of the Mortgage Banking Group, and a member of the Consumer Financial Services and Privacy and Data Security Groups. He has devoted more than 25 years of practice to financial services, mortgage banking and consumer finance law. Rich advises lenders, servicers, brokers, homebuilders, title companies, real estate professionals and other settlement providers on regulatory compliance and related matters, including issues concerning the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), Fair Housing Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act (including FACTA), Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) and Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.
He assists clients with a variety of regulatory issues, including issues relating to the foreclosure crisis and related regulatory review of foreclosure and servicing practices, repayment ability/qualified mortgages, loan originator compensation, integrated disclosures, fair lending, affiliated business and service arrangements, and marketing and similar arrangements. Rich is editor-in-chief of "Mortgage Finance Regulation Answer Book 2011-2012," published by the Practising Law Institute; author of its chapters on Dodd-Frank, HMDA and RESPA; and co-author of its ECOA and TILA chapters. He received his law degree with honors from George Washington University Law School and a bachelor's degree with honors from State University of New York at Oneonta.
Partner, Ballard Spahr LLP
Christopher J. Willis is a partner at Ballard Spahr in the Litigation Department and chair of the Collection Documentation Task Force. He is also a member of the Consumer Financial Services, Mortgage Banking and Commercial Litigation Groups. Christopher's practice focuses on consumer financial services and financial institutions law. He counsels financial institutions on bank regulatory matters, advises them on compliance with consumer financial services laws, and defends them in both individual and class action lawsuits.
Christopher regularly speaks at national-level seminars on topics relating to consumer financial services litigation, such as unfair and deceptive trade practices litigation, the Truth in Lending Act and mortgage lending litigation. He is author and co-author to numerous articles and was Benchmark Litigation's litigation star in Georgia in 2010. He received his law degree summa cum laude at Samford University, Cumberland School of Law and a bachelor's degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Editor, Dodd Frank Update
Nathan Marinchick is editor of Dodd Frank Update, which was launched in early 2011 to provide daily updates on the avalanche of regulations, opinion papers, Congressional hearings and case law that has emerged in the wake of the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act in 2010.
A veteran journalist, Marinchick spent nearly a decade as a reporter and anchor in the Cleveland, Ohio, radio news market before joining October Research in March 2011. His reporting spanned government, industry and pop culture.
Marinchick has a communications degree from John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio.