Home Mortgage Disclosure Act: Proposed Rule – Webinar

A ninety-minute webinar that will cover the requirements of the proposed rule.


OVERVIEW

On August 29, 2014, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) proposed to implement the Dodd-Frank Act amendments and to make changes in the Bureau’s Regulation C, which implements HMDA.

Specifically, the Bureau is proposing several changes to revise the tests for determining which financial institutions and housing-related credit transactions are covered under HMDA. The Bureau also is proposing to require financial institutions to report new data fields identified in the Dodd-Frank Act, as well as other data fields that the Bureau believes may be necessary to carry out the purposes of HMDA. Further, the Bureau is proposing to better align the requirements of Regulation

C to existing industry standards where practicable. To improve the quality and timeliness of HMDA data, the Bureau is proposing to require financial institutions with large numbers of reported transactions to submit their HMDA data on a quarterly, rather than an annual, basis. To minimize costs to HMDA reporters associated with making certain data available to the public, the Bureau is proposing that reporters may direct members of the public to a publicly available web site to obtain the data. The Bureau is also proposing several changes to clarify and provide additional guidance on existing requirements of Regulation C that financial institutions and other stakeholders have identified as confusing or unclear.

PRESENTER

Kathy Mayes, Vice President, PBS

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This webinar is designed for all HMDA reporters (depository and non-depository institutions) and those institutions that will be new reporters in 2015. Appropriate staff to attend would include loan officers (including commercial loan officers), compliance officers, loan processors, loan administration, loan review and internal audit personnel.

FORMAT

Comprehensive written materials along with an online presentation for viewing serve as the basis of the presentation. Ample time will be dedicated to taking questions from attendees. Be sure to ask your questions during the webinar, as we are unable to offer telephone or email support after the presentation.

DATE/TIME 

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Eastern
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Central
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Mountain
11:00 am – 12:30 am Pacific

All times listed are Standard Time.

PRICE

First Location

$265 – Attend Webinar
$365 – Attend Webinar and Purchase Recording/Materials
$265 – Purchase Recording/Materials

Additional Locations

$135 – Attend Webinar
$235 – Attend Webinar and Purchase Recording/Materials
$135 – Purchase Recording/Materials

Additional locations are available at a discounted rate of $135 each.  Please call our toll-free number to register any additional locations (800/523-4778, option 1).

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Your registration of $265 entitles you to a single telephone and Internet connection at one physical location and permission to make copies of the written materials for anyone else participating during the webinar. Additional locations are available at a discounted rate of $135 each. Additional locations may be registered by fax, mail or phone call to PBS. Any recording, transmission, retransmission, or republishing of any portion of this webinar is prohibited.

Prior to the program date, you will receive an email with the instructions for accessing the program materials, dialing into the program, and viewing the training session. Please add registrar@probank.com to your list of approved email addresses. Participants have the option to listen to the audio portion only and print the web presentation from a link provided rather than view on the web. (You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, available free at: www.adobe.com).

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