Compliance Action, Volume 22, Number 10
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To get information to you as quickly as possible, we will post new content as soon as it is available (generally several times per week). The Table of Contents (below) will build as more information is added to each issue. This way, you will be certain to get compliance information in the fastest, most efficient way possible. And, as usual, when an issue is complete, you will continue to receive an email notification. - Patti Blenden, Editor
September 27, 2017 – October 4, 2017
The leaves aren't the only things taking on new colors as we migrate to the fall season. Regulatory change is in the air... and the financial marketplace is changing and evolving faster than laws, regulations and expectations. It's a good time to reexamine and bring new life to your compliance programs.
A great Compliance Management System must have a skillful Compliance Officer to lead and inspire the troops and to focus the board and executive management's direction into an action plan consistent with regulatory expectations. Iowa Bankers Association's VP of Regulatory Compliance shares what makes a great compliance officer based on years of experience in the field.
We have updated the TRID: Shopping for Settlement Services chart to reflect TRID's final amendments published in August.
- BSA Countries of Concern
- Servicemember Resources
- CRA Reg Proposal to Conform to HMDA Changes
- FTC Website for Military Task Force
In the Editor's Opinion
Hungry Class Action Lawyers
The process of arbitration, when conducted under strict rules to preserve neutrality and fairness, is intended to ensure that both parties are treated fairly. Those who are opposing arbitration and class action suits are the only ones who would benefit from the CFPB's recently-finalized rule banning mandatory arbitration clauses.
Compliance Q & A
- Patti Blenden
- Executive Editor:
- Lucy H. Griffin, Esq.
- Board of Advisors:
- John S. Byrne, Esq.
Cliff E. Cook
Julie Gliha, MBA
Michael D. Maher
Carl G. Pry
Robert G. Rowe, III, Esq.