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Andrew L. Sandler, Jo Ann S. Barefoot, Catherine M. Brown and Lyn L. Farrell to Speak at ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference

When: June 11-15, 2011
Where: Washington Marriott Wardman Hotel

MULTIPLE TOPICS INCLUDE:

LIFE CYCLE OF A MORTGAGE LOAN TRANSACTION

New regulations, multiple regulatory changes and even some new enforcement focus from the regulatory agencies have made mortgage lending a high-risk compliance activity. This full-day workshop will drill down into the mortgage lending process from start to finish and look at how the new regulations intersect with current ones. Panelists will walk you through the mortgage transaction beginning with advertising and prequalification all the way through to servicing and loss/mitigation activities. Within each of these stages of the mortgage loan process we will cover the alphabet soup of consumer regulations including. We will use checklists and discuss compliance risk management best practices within each stage of the mortgage transaction.

Speakers:

Nancy Derr-Castiglione, CRCM, President, D-C Compliance Services, LLC, Highlands Ranch, CO
Lyn Farrell, CRCM, CAMS, AMLP, Managing Director Treliant Risk Advisors LLC, Washington, DC
Gregory Imm, Senior Vice President and Director of Community Affairs and Fair and Responsible Lending, Fifth Third Bank, Cincinnati, OH

FAIR LENDING HOT TOPICS

Fair Lending has been heating up in the regulatory environment and now with Dodd/Frank in play, it is anticipated that Fair Lending will become an even bigger risk for banks and a stronger focus for regulators. Our panel of experts will cover the current fair lending hot topics including: Red Lining, treatment of non-taxable income, spousal signature issues, lender compensation and new commercial lending regulations. Also, our experts will share how they can avoid hitting these fair lending speed bumps and share ideas for managing around these concerns.

Moderator:

Robert G. Rowe, III, Vice President and Senior Counsel II, ABA Center for Regulatory Compliance, American Bankers Association, Washington, DC

Speakers:

Carl Pry, CRCM, CRP, Senior Vice President, Business and Commercial Compliance Manager, Compliance and Control Group, Key Bank National Association, Cleveland, OH
Andrew L. Sandler, Esq., CEO, Treliant Risk Advisors, Washington, DC

STRATEGIC CONSIDERATIONS AROUND DODD-FRANK IMPACTS

While bankers race to finalize their new policies and procedures in response to the Dodd-Frank Act, there has been little time to consider the long term impact of this game-changing law. We have gathered together a senior panel of the nation’s top experts to open our 25th annual conference to delve into the expected impacts and potential unintended consequences of financial reform. They will focus on compliance challenges, loss of preemption, business model impacts, litigation risks and more.

Moderator/Speaker:

Edward Yingling, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, Washington, DC

Speakers:

Jo Ann S. Barefoot, Co-Chair, Treliant Risk Advisors, LLC, Washington, DC
John C. Dugan, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, Washington, DC

FAIR LENDING WITH NON-MORTGAGE PRODUCTS

The increased regulatory scrutiny over fair lending has extended well beyond mortgages to all other types of lending. This session will review high risk lending areas, such as direct and indirect consumer loans and small business loans. Speakers will cover recent fair lending enforcement actions involving non-mortgage lending. In addition to reviewing recent enforcement actions we will hear directly from regulators, attorneys and bankers as to specific examiner expectations and what steps you can take to address these concerns before your next exam.

Moderator/Speaker:

Lyn Farrell, CRCM, Managing Director, Treliant Risk Advisors, LLC, Washington, DC

Speakers:

Steven Schult. Fair Lending Business Manager, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, Boston, MA

POWER SESSION
STRATEGIC COMPLIANCE: TRANSFORMING THE COMPLIANCE MODEL FOR UDAAP AND DODD-FRANK

Today’s regulatory world will test even the best compliance management programs. In addition to absorbing a deluge of new rules, banks must also meet a completely new kind of challenge – a mandate to be not just compliant, but “fair.” UDAAP is fast-becoming the industry’s biggest risk because it’s emerging so suddenly, spans all products and services, and empowers regulators to deem activities “unfair, “deceptive,” or “abusive” – and therefore already illegal – long after the practice fully satisfied technical front-end review. Institutions waiting for regulatory clarification before addressing UDAAP are inviting high risk - it’s time to update the compliance management model.
Join us to learn why and how to shift your compliance program from:

Tactical to Strategic;
Reactive to Proactive;
Technical to Fairness-Focused;
Isolated to Integrated and
Inefficient to Lean and Leveraged.

Speakers:

Lyn Farrell, CRCM, Managing Director, Treliant Risk Advisors, LLC, Washington, DC
Jo Ann S. Barefoot, Co-Chair, Treliant Risk Advisors, LLC, Washington, DC
Catherine M. Brown, Esq., Managing Director, Treliant Risk Advisors, LLC, Washington, DC

Learn the basics required to make your program highly proactive; to integrate it with business decision-making; and to cultivate bank-wide culture change aligning compliance and fairness with your institution’s core business goals and ethical values.

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