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Monday, May 6, 2019

  • Regulatory Developments Track: The Roadmap to CFPB 2.0

    Location: Empire Ballroom B,
    Level Two


    Speaker(s)

    Richard Horn, Founder and Managing Member, Garris Horn PLLC

    Justin Wiseman, Associate Vice President and Managing Regulatory Counsel, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Ken Markison, Of Counsel, Weiner Brodsky Kider PC

    Jeffrey P. Naimon, Partner, Buckley LLP

    Breakout Session,

    Regulatory Developments Track

    The CFPB has undergone significant changes, culminating in its second permanent Director being confirmed. Hear from a panel of experts on what these and other changes will mean for the Bureau’s rules, enforcement/supervision priorities and future direction.

    Speaker(s)

    Richard Horn, Founder and Managing Member, Garris Horn PLLC

    Richard Horn is a founder and managing member of the financial services law firm Garris Horn PLLC. Richard is a former Senior Counsel & Special Advisor in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Office of Regulations, where he led the final TRID rulemaking and the CFPB’s design of the TRID disclosures. As a key architect of TRID, Richard is one of the foremost experts on the rule. Prior to joining the CFPB, Richard was a Senior Attorney at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in the New York Regional Office. At the FDIC, Richard worked on consumer compliance and risk management supervisory matters and enforcement actions in many areas of consumer finance law.  Richard currently advises on all consumer finance regulatory issues, including TRID, RESPA, TILA, FCRA, UDAAP, and state laws. He also advises clients on CFPB policies such as the No Action Letter and Trial Disclosure Policies. Richard also represents clients facing federal or state supervisory actions, investigations, and enforcement actions. Richard’s clients include community, regional, and large depository institutions, non-depository lenders, FinTech and RegTech companies, technology vendors, title insurance underwriters and agents, due diligence firms, and investors.

    Justin Wiseman, Associate Vice President and Managing Regulatory Counsel, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Justin Wiseman is an Associate Vice President and Managing Regulatory Counsel in the Public Policy and Industry Relations department at the Mortgage Bankers Association. Justin manages MBA’s Regulatory Policy team that covers legal issues, trends in litigation, regulatory compliance matters, and servicing as well as provides strategic direction to advance MBA member priorities on regulatory and legal matters. This team also analyzes pending rules and legislation, provides comments on behalf of MBA members on pending rules or regulations and helps develops MBA’s posture towards innovation and innovation policy. Prior to this, he staffed MBA’s Loan Administration committee, providing policy development insights and working with stakeholders to advocate on behalf of the industry. Justin assisted the Department to formulate responses to policy initiatives and helps monitor relevant trends in the servicing market. Justin also worked at MBA as Associate Regulatory Counsel to analyze forthcoming legislation and administrative rule-making. Before joining MBA, Justin clerked for a federal District Court in the Middle District of Tennessee and worked with the Center for Strategic and International Studies on European and Transatlantic security issues.

    Ken Markison, Of Counsel, Weiner Brodsky Kider PC

    Ken Markison joined Weiner Brodsky Kider PC last year as Of Counsel following decades as a leader in the housing and financial services legal community. Before coming to the firm, Ken’s career in industry and government included service as Vice President and Regulatory Counsel of the Mortgage Bankers Association, Assistant General Counsel for GSEs and RESPA at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and HUD liaison to the Oversight Board for the Resolution Trust Corporation.  At WBK, Ken advises lender and vendor companies, trade associations and other organizations that draw on his deep experience and expertise regarding the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, Truth in Lending Act, Fair Housing Act, Home Mortgage Disclosure Act and virtually every other law regulating the primary and secondary mortgage market.  Ken is a prominent voice with legislators and regulators at all levels of government on financial regulatory issues.

    Jeffrey P. Naimon, Partner, Buckley LLP

    Jeff Naimon is a Partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Buckley LLP, with more than 20 years of experience assisting bank and nonbank financial services providers (and investors in same) with regulatory, enforcement, and transactional matters. He defends financial services companies facing complex examination or enforcement matters before the CFPB, FTC, and federal and state banking regulators, with a focus on fair lending, UDAAP, loan servicing, privacy and credit reporting, debt collection, servicemember protections, and other consumer protection issues. He assists banks and nonbanks (including fintech entities) structure, negotiate, and operate a variety of partnerships, outsourcing programs and other third-party arrangements. Mr. Naimon also assists in negotiating acquisition, capital markets, and servicing transactions.   He serves on the Governing Committee of the Conference on Consumer Finance Law and has authored numerous articles on consumer financial services.