• Taking a look at the new CFPB mortgage rules

    The new Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) mortgage rules fall into three major categories: Ability-to-Repay, Mortgage Services, and other, including appraisals, escrow accounts, protections for high-cost mortgages, and compensation and qualifications for loan originators
  • How to prepare for the upcoming CFPB rules

    There’s no avoiding it: The new Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) rules aren’t going to go away. For lenders, particularly those with large mortgage divisions, there are many factors that boards and executives should consider while preparing for January’s new laws.
  • Compliance management system - the CFPBs expectations

    What does the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) expect in your compliance management system? Learn about the four components of a compliance management system and understand the CFPB's specific expectations. This podcast will help prepare you to successfully pass a CFPB audit and ensure your continued compliance with consumer financial laws.
  • Unclaimed property – Another challenge to businesses from the states

    States are becoming increasingly aggressive in looking for new sources of revenue. Historically, states have used nexus inquiries, expanded audits for sales/use and income taxes, and new types of business entity taxes to generate new revenue. Another threat, however, looms on the horizon: unclaimed property examinations.