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Untangling the Web of Fee Disclosures
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11/6/2017
When: 12:30 PM
Where: United States

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Program Content:

WHAT?
"Oh what a tangled web we weave"... Walter Scott was referring to the web woven by people who intend to deceive others. The CFPB has created a "tangled web" while crafting regulations intended to prevent deception. This webinar will help you untangle the intricacies of numerous fee disclosure requirements.

The proper disclosure of fees on consumer loan transactions has always been complicated, take for example the multi-page calculation of a finance charge in §1026.4. Fee disclosure has become more complicated over the past few years with the addition and revisions of rules for:

       • High-Cost Mortgages;
       • Truth in Lending Act/Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act Integrated Disclosures (TRID);
       • Ability to Repay/Qualified Mortgage Rules; and
       • Home Mortgage Disclosure Act/Regulation C.

Please note that the program materials include a list of examples of specific fees outlined in the regulation.

WHY?
Violations of any of the requirements listed above may result in:
Regulatory reimbursement;Consumer lawsuits;Regulatory cures;Higher liability from the failure to meet QM standards; andCivil monetary penalties.This program provides the information needed to fully understand the rules and to avoid the liability inducing problems.

Covered Topics:
Upon completion of the program, participants understand that improper fee disclosure may result in violations. In some cases a violation of one section may result in one or more violations of other sections. It is a tangled web. For example:
       • A violation of the finance charge rules contained in §1026.4 may also cause a violation of the disclosure requirements in §1026.18 or §1026.38 since the finance charge is included in those disclosures;
       • Improper categorization of fees on the TRID disclosures contained in §1026.37 and .38 may result in a violation of the tolerance rules contained in §1026.19;
       • Failure to follow the APR calculation rules contained in §1026.22 may result in:
                     o The incorrect APR appearing in the disclosures contained in §1026.18, §1026.32, §1026.37 or §1026.38;
                     o Inadvertently triggering coverage of §1026.32;
                     o An inaccurate calculation of the rate spread disclosed on the HMDA LAR and used to determine the applicability of the high-cost mortgage loan rules contained in §1026.32 and the higher-priced mortgage loan rules contained in §1026.35; or
                     o The incorrect disclosure of the HOEPA status disclosed on the HMDA LAR;
                     o An inaccurate determination of the higher-priced covered transaction status of a loan for purpose of determining which a transaction achieves safe harbor or presumption of compliance status for the ability to repay rules in Section 1026.43;
       • Failure to properly calculate the total points and fees as prescribed by the high-cost mortgage loan rules contained in §1026.32 can:
                     o Inadvertently trigger §1026.32 coverage;
                     o Violate the disclosure rules contained in §1026.32;
                     o Result in an incorrect entry on the HMDA LAR; and
                     o Blow the Qualified Mortgage status for purposes of §1026. 43; or
       • Failure to follow TRID rules contained in §1026.38 may result in the incorrect disclosure of the total of all itemized amounts that are designated borrower-paid at or before closing on HMDA LAR.

Who Should Attend:
This program is designed for everyone involved in the origination and management of consumer credit (including mortgage loans), including lenders, the compliance staff and auditors.

Presenter:
Jack Holzknecht is the CEO of Compliance Resource, LLC. He has been delivering the word on lending compliance for 41 years. In 36 years as a trainer over 130,000 bankers (and many examiners) have participated in Jack’s live seminars and webinars. Jack’s career began in 1976 as a federal bank examiner. He later headed the product and education divisions of a regional consulting company. There he developed loan and deposit form systems and software. He also developed and presented training programs to bankers in 43 states. Jack has been an instructor at compliance schools presented by several state bankers associations. As a contractor, he developed and delivered compliance training for the FDIC for ten years. He is a Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager and a member of the National Speakers Association.

Kelly M. Owsley is Director of Training Services for Compliance Resource, LLC. Kelly’s career in banking began in 2000. Since then she has worked for financial institutions ranging in asset size from $250 million to $3 billion. Kelly has worked in numerous areas of the financial services industry including retail branch management, lending, product development and training. In addition, Kelly spent three years in a training and development role with CUNA Mutual Group servicing the largest credit union in the United States. Most recently, she served as the Vice President of Compliance, BSA Officer, and CRA Officer for a community bank where she was responsible for implementing and training all compliance related topics. Kelly has conducted seminars in multiple states and has participated in numerous webinars sponsored by national providers. She is a Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager.


 

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