Essential Compliance Consulting & Additional Practice Areas


Regulatory Assessment Assistance

Audit Co-Source

Periodic Compliance Quality Control

System Conversion Validation

Compliance Guidance When and How You Need It

Supporting you with in-depth skills and experience when you need an extra dose of expertise or need help with a last-minute crisis.

Miscellaneous projects and last-minute crises arise at every bank, and sometimes you need a couple of extra hands.

We're here to help you satisfy the requirement for examination reports, whether you feel confident that your program is on target and want assurances that your strategy is on track, or you worry that some aspects of your program are lacking.

Whether your team is focused on higher priorities or you need a dash of additional expertise, TCA brings you à la carte services in several categories.

Even better, we serve them up with the systematic approach that you expect from TCA.

They include:

Risk Assessment Assistance

Physical growth and expanded services are a terrific way to serve your customers and communities and build your bank.

But adding new branches and rolling out new products and services carry a risk that you need to identify first.

We consider both the big picture and the tiny moving parts of your plan to pinpoint potential trouble spots so you can address them before you cut the ribbon on your new building or launch new suites of products.

We can conduct the entire risk assessment on your behalf or field questions and act as an advisor.

Since our team has guided numerous banks—both large and small and in multiple markets and product categories—in their growth, we bring an informed, fresh perspective.

Audit Co-Source

Staffing shortages? Competing priorities?

TCA can help fulfill any of your audit commitments in all areas of consumer compliance whenever you're struggling to meet your audit deadlines.

Define your needs and preferences. Then, we’ll get the work done.

Periodic Compliance Quality Control

When you're selling to investors, you already know about the requirements for quality control.

But have you also considered a robust consumer compliance review?

You can expect us to scrutinize your files – running them through the alphabet regs, searching for red flags, and identifying potential deficiencies.

We’ll check off all the boxes for you, tell you about potential trouble spots, and explain how to protect your bank.

System Conversion Validation

It's always smart to validate the system whenever you roll out a new core or loan origination system so that documents, disclosures, notifications, and statements meet regulatory requirements.

We can step in to review system output and verify that the hundreds of responses to questions about products and services are correct and that the appropriate codes were selected.

TCA’s A Better Way ensures that you have the right resources and system capabilities in place that will support your growth and success.

Key deliverables include:

  • Helping you to develop compliance plans that allow you to satisfy requirements for examination reports.
  • Providing full-service or à la carte assistance when and how you need it.
  • Bringing you best practices and extra know-how when you’re short on time or staff.
  • Delivering peace of mind that your strategies, processes, and procedures are appropriate to your bank's risk.


Compliance Consulting Insights

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Amid Data Reporting Uncertainty, HMDA Risk Must Be Managed: Part 1—How is it Going?

By | August 23, 2018

Now that more than half the year is gone, many banks are starting to look more closely at their new 2018 HMDA LAR requirements because they have adequate volume to do testing. TCA wants to share with you what we have found in doing preliminary HMDA LAR validations. Many of the issues we’ve seen are …

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The Expectation of Exceptions in the World of Fair Lending

By | July 17, 2018

Exception reporting is not new; all banks are required to report loan policy and loan documentation exceptions for Safety and Soundness. However, a new unwritten rule is fair lending exception tracking covering pricing and underwriting exceptions on consumer loan products. Whether it’s HMDA for banks with less than or more than 500 entries, regulators want …

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HMDA Reporting Requirements: Business Purpose Loans

By | July 11, 2018

The passing of Senate Bill 2155 adds another level of complexity to an already complex Regulation. The Bill exempts institutions that originate fewer than 500 closed‐end loans or open‐end lines of credit in each of the two preceding calendar years from reporting certain HMDA data points. This “relief” spurred the question, “What and how do …

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TRID Rule Changes are on the Horizon

By | June 21, 2018

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has issued clarifications to the TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rules last year. The clarifications are referred to as the 2017 Rule or the Final Rule and were published on August 11, 2017. We are alerting you again, because the mandatory compliance date is October 1, 2018. The CFPB …

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Mortgage Servicing Rules – Successor in Interest Part 3 of 3

By | June 14, 2018

Effective April 19, 2018, the Successors in Interest provisions will go into effect under RESPA. It is critical that institutions have procedures developed to address potential and verified Successors in Interest, as well as train appropriate staff as to the requirements under the Regulation. Part 3 of 3 focuses on this provision; refer to Part …

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Mortgage Servicing Rules Part 2 of 3

By | May 9, 2018

Most of the provisions of the final 2016 Mortgage Servicing Rules took effect on October 19, 2017, with the remaining provisions effective April 19, 2018. In Part 1 of this series, we focused on the Definition of Delinquency, Requests for Information, Force‐Placed Insurance, Prompt Payment and Crediting, and the Small Servicer Determination. Part 2 of …

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