Fair Lending and Redlining, Part I – Overview of Regulations and Enforcement
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We all know that Fair Lending is going to be a major focus for our industry in 2022 and beyond, but it’s not all doom and gloom. MBA and subject matter experts are joining together for a three-part webinar series to help lenders, non-depository and depository alike, gain the information and tools necessary for compliance and even business growth. The series will start with a summary and general housekeeping of where we are as an industry in terms of rules and regulations, who the regulators are, and where their focus might be in the coming months. Once that baseline is set, our speakers will pivot to focus more on how to best prepare for an exam or audit and to ensure that the entire organization is set up for compliance and success. To conclude the webinar series, our panel will help lenders understand how to find opportunities within the data or how to improve if areas of weakness are discovered.
Our subject matter experts include industry professionals with compliance, legal and litigation, and production experience which means you can expect to hear multiple perspectives. The webinar series is designed to support everyone from compliance to business development, and lenders are encouraged to attend as many of the three sessions as needed. Attendees of any of the three sessions will receive the recordings and presentations from all three sessions.
- Monday, February 7 (1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET)
- Summary of current regulations
- Enforcement bodies
- Bank versus non-bank
Who Should Attend?
- Compliance and legal professionals
- In-house and outside counsel
- Fair Lending officers
- Risk managers and professionals
- Chief Operations Officers
- Michael Innis-Thompson, Head of Community Lending and Development, TD Bank
- Mitchel H. Kider, Chairman and Managing Partner, Weiner Brodsky Kider PC
- Tori K. Shinohara, Partner, Mayer Brown