Mortgage Lender's Guide To Dodd-Frank Compliance
Mortgage Lender’s Guide to Dodd-Frank Compliance will help you and your organization understand, implement, and comply with the mortgage lending provisions of the most ambitious and far-reaching financial reform since the 1930s. Rather than bombard the reader with information about every Dodd-Frank development regarding swaps, securities, financial stability oversight, orderly liquidation, and other matters, this resource focuses on mortgage lending.
Mortgage Lender’s Guide to Dodd-Frank Compliance provides the practical tools and the actionable guidance you need:
• Expert guidance and analysis from our eminent author, James Pannabecker, who breaks down the complexities of this historic bill.
• Executive Summaries that spotlight key issues, "take-aways," and talking points.
• Quick-reference timelines and tables of regulatory requirements. You will be able to see effective dates for each provision and where you can read more about it in this manual.
• Alerts that keep you informed of changes as they occur.
The Dodd-Frank Act is complicated, but staying on top of how these historical regulatory changes will affect mortgage lending doesn’t have to be. Get the expert analysis, guidance, and tools you need to understand and comply.
Subscribers will receive access to a downloadable file containing editable forms.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 An Overview with FAQs
Chapter 3 The New Regulator: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Chapter 4 Mortgage Lending Reform
Chapter 5 The CFPB Assumes the Mantle
Chapter 6 Unfair Trade Practices
Chapter 7 Truth-in-Lending and Consumer Leasing
Chapter 8 Equal Credit Opportunity
Chapter 9 Fair Credit Reporting Act
Chapter 10 Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Chapter 11 Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Privacy Provisions
Chapter 12 Mortgage-Specific Regulations
Chapter 13 Other Dodd-Frank Consumer Protection Provisions