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How to Improve and Strengthen Controls Over Indirect Lending

Friday, January 3rd, 2020   10:00 am - 11:30 am CT

Length: 1 hr 30 min         Sponsored by Bank Webinars

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Growing loan portfolios continues to be a major challenge for Banks. For Banks with an indirect loan program, the higher risk for indirect loans continues to present challenges to that require a greater degree of control, monitoring and oversight than ever before.

This presentation provides a detail look at the controls needed to adequately monitor the risk areas of indirect lending and what controls and monitoring tools should be included in your indirect loan program.

Covered Topics

  • The controls needed for indirect loan programs today.
  • The adequacy criteria for the oversight of credit union indirect loan programs.
  • How to improve and strengthen controls over indirect loan programs by more effective identification of the risks for indirect lending.
  • Categories of indirect lending controls.
  • Controls necessary for “in-house” and “third-party” indirect lending.
  • Specific indirect lending tools and reports needed for every indirect loan program.
  • Validating the controls over the indirect loan program.
  • Controls over indirect loan “power-booking”.
  • CFPB’s indirect loan control perspectives.
  • And more.

Who Should Attend?

Indirect Lending Personnel, Indirect Loan Officers, Indirect Lending Management, Senior Lending Management, Internal Audit Personnel.

Faculty

Bruce Hull has more than 35 years lending experience in and for banks and Banks & other financial institutions.

His knowledge and ability to communicate have made him a sought-after speaker in the areas of lending, collections, and sales. Bruce has served in several capacities, including: C.O.O. for a 1.5 Billion Credit Union, the VP for one of the largest Credit Unions in Arizona, the VP of lending and director of collections for another Bank and Credit Union, a mortgage lender for a savings and loan; a lending professional with one of the nation’s top financial institution audit firms; and an expert witness in loan fraud and bond claim cases.

Bruce has been a frequent presenter at conferences around the country for 20+ years. He attended the University of Nevada in Reno and earned a Retail Banking Diploma from the American Institute of Banking.

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