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REVISED HMDA RULES PUBLISHED

On October 15, 2015 the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) published revised Regulation C rules, which implement the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act. The revisions are effective for the most part on January 1, 2018, certain provisions are phased in through January 1, 2020. The revisions impact: Coverage – Coverage rules are slightly revised, but do not qualify as a major item on anyone’s list. The CFPB is playing this as meaningful reduction of regulatory burden. […]

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EXAMINATION EXPECTATIONS – WHAT AGENCIES ARE ON BOARD WITH CFPB?

Last week, the FDIC provided the industry with a Financial Institution Letter (FIL 43-2015) to detail what financial institutions can expect in terms of initial examinations after the October 3rd TRID implementation date.  The first blog article in this series regarding TRID exam expectations can be found here. The Financial Institution Letter came after the CFPB released in mid-September the updated examination procedures the Bureau will rely on to complete initial exams.  In July, Director […]

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FDIC ISSUES SUPERVISORY EXPECTATIONS FOR TRID

Friday, October 2, 2015 at 4:23pm, the FDIC issued Financial Institution Letter 43-2015 which provides insight into what financial institutions can anticipate when examined by the FDIC in upcoming months. The FIL highlighted its initial supervisory expectations including: The use of the interagency examination procedures to evaluate financial institutions for compliance with the TRID rules. A copy of these procedures, which are available in the FDIC’s Compliance Examination Manual, is available here. Financial institutions may […]

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