CFPB Checkup Checklist: Best Practices Before, During and After a CFPB Exam

Recorded May 19, 2016

The thought of a CFPB exam can be unsettling, if not troubling, even for those in the mortgage industry accustomed to regulatory scrutiny. The bureau’s exam and enforcement powers reach farther and the exam process is less routine or, for that matter, even known by many in the mortgage industry. For the many firms now under the CFPB’s purview, federal regulatory exams are a completely new addition to their compliance workload.

But there are actions you can take—and ones you should avoid—that will make the process go more smoothly and minimize the threat of regulatory action.

In “CFPB Checkup Checklist: Best Practices Before, During and After a CFPB Exam,” you'll learn more about steps you can take to help you weather a CFPB exam. Our panel of legal experts share do’s and don’ts—and tales from exam experiences—that you can use to position yourself for the best exam possible. You’ll also get tips on how to mitigate any less-than-positive results.

During this advice-packed 90-minute recording, you’ll hear from

  • Steve Kaplan, Partner, Mayer Brown
  • Tobias Moon, Partner, Ackerman
  • Michelle Rogers, Partner, BuckleySandler

Among the topics covered:

  • What actions you should be taking now.
  • What to do as soon as the CFPB announces an exam.
  • How to handle the exam process.
  • What to expect from the exam process.
  • How to respond to negative exam results.

Prepare Your Organization for the Best Possible Exam Experience.


Please note:

The webinar manual provides a program outline, speaker bios and presentations, and pertinent articles on the subject from Inside Mortgage Finance and our other newsletters.

The recording contains both an integrated audio/video copy of the conference as well as an audio-only version and can be downloaded from your InsideMortgageFinance.com account after purchase.


 

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