Compliance with Federal Real Estate Lending Regulations
September 28 & 29: Virtual Only
Early Registration Deadline: Virtual Only: September 13, 2021
This program has been changed to a virtual-only program. Please contact Penny Powlas for more information.
The Compliance with Federal Real Estate Lending Regulations program is a comprehensive, two-day seminar presented by ProBank Austin. The nature and size of the regulatory environment has grown to the point that the topics cannot be adequately covered in less time. This program is designed to offer the attendee instruction on all the topics that affect consumer mortgages and is structured to address fair lending topics followed by a focus on disclosures and contract provisions of the major consumer protection topics such as Regulation Z, RESPA and others.
This program is a must for those entering the “regulatory compliance world” or those responsible for “pre” closing file preparation or “post” closing file review. Attendees will receive one of the most highly regarded manuals in the industry—more than 500 pages of content—that will likely be referred to on countless occasions.
- Equal Credit Opportunity Act - Regulation B
- Fair Housing Act
- Fair Credit Reporting Act/FACT Act
- Unfair, Deceptive or Abusive Acts or Practices
- The Integrated Mortgage Disclosures Under the Truth-in-Lending Act and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act
- Truth-in-Lending Act - Regulation Z (Closed-End Credit)
- Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act
- Flood Disaster Protection Act
Attendees receive a manual with a detailed outline on each discussion topic, plus the following additional topics:
- Homeowners Protection Act
- Homeownership counseling
- Talent amendment (Military Lending Act)
- Sale of insurance
- Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
Anetria Cohen is a vice president at ProBank Austin. Prior to joining the firm, she served as legal counsel to the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions which regulates depository, non-depository, and securities entities. Her primary responsibility at the Department was the Dodd-Frank Act, whereby she assessed its effect on federal and state law and provided information and training to examiners and staff. In addition to her regulatory experience, Connell practiced business, real estate, and banking law. She graduated from The George Washington University Law school in 2004 with honors and is licensed to practice law in Ohio and Kentucky.
Continuing Education Credit:
Virtual attendees qualify for 6.5 hours per day of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit in the area of Specialized Knowledge.
This program has not been pre-approved for continuing education (CE) credit by ABA Professional Certifications. Attendees who require CE credits should go to https://www.aba.com/Training/Certifications/Pages/CEProviders.aspx for further instructions.
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|Early registration deadline is September 13, 2021|