While those tracking the mortgage industry have been digging through the new, expanded Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) data, other types of Fair Lending data have been making news. This time instead of race or geographic location, it’s an issue of gender. The New York State Department of Financial Services is investigating whether the Apple Card discriminates against female applicants, offering them substantially less credit than male applicants.
Vacation time is over - at least for now - and school is back in session! For many of us, that means work is also back in full-swing. Here are three essential, timeless tips for you to remember to ensure that you ace your compliance goals in 2019 and beyond.
The Independence Day holiday is coming up! As we prepare to celebrate the U-S-of-A tomorrow, we wanted to have a little fun with compliance today. In this post, you'll learn what is sparking fireworks in Fair Lending compliance this year. This is the future of Fair Lending compliance and enforcement! Especially after the recent enforcement action, this is news you'll want to know.
Since the Final HMDA Rule was released in 2015, the banking sector has undergone dramatic changes. In this article, you’ll learn how the extended HMDA data, sometimes referred to as HMDA Plus data, impacts Fair Lending monitoring and analysis. Navigating this rapidly evolving compliance landscape is a challenge; this post will also show you a few ways that best practice institutions are responding.
As 2019 heats up, we're focused on making sure that you have the resources you need to be successful. Here are 11 valuable compliance resources you'll want to bookmark. Make sure that you check back periodically. As time passes, we'll be updating this post with new content!
This year, the Community Reinvestment Act has been a headline-grabber. From changing guidelines to full-scale CRA modernization, it's been all over the news. Here are a few recent headlines that help illustrate the future of CRA compliance. Banks of all sizes should make sure that they're prepared for what's to come. Based on the news, credit unions and mortgage companies will want to pay attention, too.