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Compliance Action, Volume 20, Number 7

June 12, 2015

More UDAAP: CFPB on Abusive and Deceptive (3 Action Steps)

Two recent enforcement cases based on UDAAP are not only examples of what the CFPB considers unfair or deceptive practices, but also sheds some light on how the Bureau applies an analysis of abusive acts or practices.

TRID E-Sign (4 Action Steps)

By Patti Blenden

When TRID goes into effect, the tight timing requirements makes E-Sign delivery almost a necessity, with periodic program compliance reviews in place to stay on top of E-Sign and related issues.

Action Training
TRID and HMDA Loan Purpose (Chart)

Under new TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosures (TRID) rules, Loan Purpose codes will play an important role in accurately disclosing covered mortgage transactions.

Compliance Notes

Compliance Calendar

In the Editor's Opinion
Does the CFPB Really Want Compliance?

By Lucy Griffin

The new mortgage loan fact sheet on cost changes at settlement is written for consumers, not lenders.

Compliance Q & A

Executive Director:
Lucy H. Griffin, Esq.
Board of Advisors:
Patti Blenden
John S. Byrne, Esq.
David Battle
Robert P. Chamness
David Dickinson
Phillips G. Gay, Jr.
Barbara Hurst
Robert G. Rowe, III, Esq.
Michael D. Maher
Andy Zavoina

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