CFPB Mortgage Proposals Webcast Series

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Major changes are occurring in the mortgage industry with new proposals arising from the CFPB. These rules could become enacted this January and could have a significant impact on your credit union. To help you prepare, NAFCU’s compliance experts have developed a CFPB webcast series to help you understand these proposals and the impact on your current mortgage lending practices.

Part I: Inside the CFPB's Mortgage Proposals

This 3-hour webcast is available on-demand until September 5, 2013.

Topics covered:

  • The proposed rule TILA/RESPA
  • High-cost mortgages
  • Mortgage servicing proposals

NCCOs receive 3 continuing education units for participation.

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Part II: The CFPB's Latest Mortgage Proposals and the Impact on Your Credit Union

This 1.5 hour webcast is available on-demand until November 7, 2013

Topics covered:

  • Mortgage loan originator compensation
  • Higher-risk mortgage loan appraisal
  • Proposed changes to Regulation B

NCCOs receive 1.5 continuing education units for participation.

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Open to all credit unions, regardless of membership or charter type!

Your registration provides your credit union unlimited access to the webcast for one full year. View them at your convenience, 24/7 live, on-demand or with a supplemental CD upon request.

Speakers

Hear from NAFCU's top-rated Compliance team!

Steven Van Beek, Esq., NCCO
Director of Regulatory Compliance, NAFCU

Steve Van Beek is responsible for all aspects of NAFCU's compliance assistance program and compliance-related products and services. He previously served as regulatory compliance counsel at NAFCU, where he assisted credit unions with a variety of compliance issues, addressed regulatory topics at NAFCU events and authored compliance articles for NAFCU publications, including the popular NAFCU Compliance Blog.

Michael Coleman, Esq., NCCO
Regulatory Compliance Counsel, NAFCU

Mike Coleman’s main responsibilities include assisting with NAFCU member compliance issues, writing articles for NAFCU publications, as well as drafting blog posts for the NAFCU Compliance Blog. Prior to joining NAFCU, Coleman worked as legal counsel and tax advisor for the Federated States of Micronesia Department of Finance and Administration.

Bernadette Clair, Esq., NCCO, CAMS
Regulatory Compliance Counsel, NAFCU

Bernadette Clair assists credit unions with a variety of compliance issues, authors compliance articles for NAFCU publications such as the Compliance Monitor and NAFCU Compliance Blog and addresses regulatory topics at NAFCU events. Prior to joining NAFCU, she was a compliance specialist and BSA and regulatory compliance manager at Congressional Federal Credit Union.