Bankers have had whiplash over the last five years with new regulations, delayed regulations, regulatory relief and changes to new rules within one year from the initial effective date. Now on top of all of the changes, there are two more significant developments. First, compliance examinations have changed and consumer harm is the new hot […]
Much has happened since the beginning of 2018, especially in the world of HMDA. This is Part 3 in TCA’s series of HMDA articles. Part 1 focused on managing HMDA risk amid reporting uncertainty and Part 2 focused on HMDA reporting for purchased loans. One HMDA data collection change that has surfaced is causing headaches
When your institution is examined for compliance with any law or regulation, the measure of your efforts will be based on your ability to self-identify and self-correct any deficiencies. Ongoing monitoring of key processes helps to ensure that any errors or warning flags are identified early. Monitoring is a required element of a compliance management
he exceptive relief for CD renewals, loan renewals and modifications, and safe deposit box renewals has been made permanent. The industry has challenged FinCEN for some time with the operational challenges of obtaining beneficial ownership certifications for these auto‐renewing products. FinCEN finalized this exceptive relief by making it permanent on September 7, 2018 in FIN‐2018‐R003.
TCA published Part 1 on August 23, 2018 describing managing HMDA risk amid reporting uncertainty. Shortly thereafter, the CFPB published additional guidance on August 31, 2018, as noted the same day as our Special Release. Due to the HMDA ambiguity and uncertainty, TCA is committed to providing bankers with A Better Way to decipher various