Your institution might be using compliance analytics software and services for Fair Lending, HMDA, CRA, or Redlining so that it can recognize risks, increase transparency and grow smartly. But are you making the most of that data from a risk management perspective? Not if that data is only used by the lending, credit, or compliance departments. While compliance and lending are the most closely linked to Fair Lending risk, the truth is that Fair Lending extends into many operational areas. From marketing to the location of new branches to M&A, Fair Lending risk has a role to play in decision making.
According to FDIC Chairman Jelena McWilliams, there is a chance that the agencies will end up not reaching an agreement on CRA modernization. We catch you up on what she means and what could end up happening.
2019 has been a big year for Fair Lending news. In this post, we catch you up on the latest.
After a summer spent visiting communities to see where the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) has succeeded, and understanding where it can be improved, Comptroller of the Currency Joseph Otting said he is hopeful that a joint CRA modernization proposal will be issued on an interagency basis this fall.
One of the buzzwords in business these days is “agile.” If you’re looking to learn more about what an agile approach is, and how it can be used in compliance, this post is for you.
In case you missed it, September 26th was National Compliance Officer Day. We're thankful for the important work compliance officers do every day, and here's why! [Read: 9 Reasons Why We Are Thankful For Compliance Officers] Are you still analyzing your Fair Lending data manually? If so, it’s time to consider a different approach. Here are the benefits of replacing a manual process with a software solution.