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Lending 101

Monday, May 7th, 2018

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm CT

Length: 2 hours                    Sponsored by Bank Webinars

Click Here to register $265.00

Click Here to register and receive CD recording $395.00

This is the description from our webinar that was presented in November 2017. Please check back for a modified description. Topics may be updated, but registration is now open.

In this unique webinar, Anne Lolley will provide an overview of federal compliance laws. This is a great training tool for newer lenders and processors, and the webinar will help even experienced bankers understand the source of the various requirements.

All information in the webinar will be clearly-documented in a colorful and user-friendly handbook. This is a wonderful resource manual - lenders, loan processors and compliance officers will refer to this booklet time and time again. In addition to providing compliance summaries, the booklet offers specific cites to help readers locate rules, as well as a detailed, alphabetical index.

Topics Will Include:

  • Appraisals and evaluations
  • BSA requirements
  • Credit practices rule
  • Environmental rules
  • ECOA requirements (joint applications, adverse action, notices, copy-of-appraisal requirements)
  • Federal insurance disclosures
  • Flood insurance
  • HMDA and non-HMDA monitoring
  • Homeownership counseling
  • LTV limits
  • Military Lending Act
  • Privacy
  • RESPA
  • Reg U
  • Risk-based-pricing
  • Servicemember Civil Relief Act
  • Service member requirements
  • Tenants in foreclosure
  • Truth-In-Lending (right of rescission, TRID)

Who Should Attend?

All the webinar information will be documented clearly in a handbook with an index, helpful charts and citations. Lenders, loan processors and compliance officers will refer to this booklet time and time again. Plus, this webinar can be invaluable for newer lenders and processors.

Instructor

For over thirty years, Anne Lolley has been simplifying compliance issues for bankers. After earning her law degree from the University of Kansas, she joined the Kansas Bankers Association, where she developed its successful legal department and gave compliance-related seminars.

She has been a compliance officer for two banks and currently works with Bank Management Services, where she continues to provide webinars to Kansas bankers. Her expertise at simplifying the complex and creating user-friendly reference manuals has made her a popular instructor.