CFPB - What You Need To Know About Examination and CFPB Risk Assessment
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CFPB - What You Need To Know About Examination and CFPB Risk Assessment (MLC140B)
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Prepare yourself for CFPB Examination as well as internal CFPB Risk Assessment. Get tips from an expert.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is an independent federal agency tasked with a primary responsibility for regulating consumer protection regarding financial products and services in the United States.
This webinar by Richard Cascarino will provide tips on preparedness for CFPB Examination as well as internal CFPB Risk Assessment, while addressing the roles and responsibilities of the CFPB and its impact on the workings of financial institutions including:
Securities Service Providers
Debt collectors and other providers of financial services to consumers.
Richard will also discuss CFPB performance measures as well as the impact of the CFPB Continuous Supervision program and the Internal Review Process. The session will start with understanding what CFPB is, the mission of CFPB which is to educate, enforce and study as well as the operational areas of CFPB. You will know about the section 1021 of Dodd Frank Act and CFPB's department of supervision, enforcement and fair lending. Understand what depository institution supervision and non-depository supervision mean and learn more about fair lending and equal opportunities.
CFPB performance measures
Laws, Powers and Penalties
The impact of the CFPB Continuous Supervision program
The Internal Review Process
Preparing for a CFPB Exam
Fair Lending and Equal opportunity
Dodd Frank Act: Section 1021
Depository Institution supervision and non-depository supervision
Office of enforcement
The exam process
Concerns about Loss Mitigation
Who should attend:
This session is appropriate for individuals in executive management, operational management, financial management, internal auditors, external auditors of banks, mortgage lenders, depository and non-depository financial institution.
*Single User Price. For multiple users please call 1-800-223-8720
Richard Cascarino has, for the last thirty years, been providing Internal Audit, Fraud Audit, IS Audit Consultancy, Risk Management and Corporate Governance consultancy as well as Professional Development services to clients throughout the United States of America, the African region, Euro...
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