MBA's Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference
Good Business is Compliant Business
The time is now to get your business and clients in shape for emerging compliance issues. Only at MBA's Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference 2019 will you get the most comprehensive information on regulatory initiatives, litigation, legislation, and enforcement activity, all specifically tailored to the mortgage industry.
You'll get up-to-minute guidance on hot topics, such as the latest issues surrounding loan originator compensation, HMDA reporting, as well as the future of the CFPB and the GSEs.
Top highlights include:
- General Sessions featuring New Orleans Mayor, Mitch Landrieau, agency General Counsels, Supreme Court updates and more
- Applied Compliance track, where scenarios are presented and interpreted, covering various viewpoints
- Brand new Emerging Issues track, covering subjects like new lending models, new fraud alerts and strategies for lending to nontraditional borrowers
- The return of popular features like the Litigation Forum and Regtech/Fintech Track
- Opportunities to earn Certified Mortgage Compliance Professional (CMCP), CLE and Ethics credits
This is your chance to get practical takeaways and actionable advice from the top legal minds in the country. In more than 40 sessions over four days, you'll be able to check the box on the big issues through our interactive sessions, panels, and roundtables.
Earn Professional Development Credits
|MBA's Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference 2019 is intended to satisfy CLE credits upon approval by applicable state bar licensing entities, including Ethics credit.|
|Earn credit towards your Certified Mortgage Compliance Professional (CMCP) designation when you attend Sunday's CMCP track.|
Who Should Attend?
Attorneys, inside and outside counsel, compliance officers, company executives, government relations professionals, policy directors, quality assurance professionals and anyone else interested in legal and regulatory compliance issues.