New - Taking a Fresh Look at Qualified Mortgages and the Ability-To-Repay Rule - 2023
Recorded on February 15, 2023
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What do crackers, nuts, air, checks, and bank procedures all have in common?
They go stale.
In banking, developing a process that is compliant and works well is like hitting the jackpot. “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it” is a common mantra in banking, for good reason. When something works, there is no desire to spend the time, resources, and energy to possibly improve it. Why bother?
Over time, that process matures into a dead-set procedure that nobody really understands or questions. That is when it becomes dangerous. Not only could there be new compliance issues with the legacy process, but also inefficiencies and flat-out errors that slowly morphed over time.
Everything needs a checkup, and the Ability-to-Repay / Qualified Mortgage rule is no exception. Why are you doing what you are doing? Is it still appropriate, and what is the best approach for compliance in your bank? The rules have changed – some of them significantly – and some verdicts have literally passed on the matter.
So let’s take a fresh look at the ATR / QM rule and gain new perspectives on it.
With the revised General QM rule that became mandatory on October 1, 2022., do you fully understand the difference between the “old / legacy” General QM and the “new / revised” General QM? What about a “Seasoned QM” – how do you get one of those?! While some things have certainly changed (ahem, 43% DTI cap, I’m looking at you), plenty of things remain the same – like the types of legal protection (well, mostly), loan feature limitations and restrictions, and some of the underwriting requirements. Plus, the Small Creditor QM is still alive and well, along with the EGRRCPA QM, the Balloon QM, and the good old baseline ATR “non-QM”. This session will help you keep it all straight!
This webinar is an absolute must if your bank:
Along the way, you’ll get some great resources and cheat-sheets to help keep everything straight. It is complicated!
All of this information will be presented from the perspective and real-life experience of a veteran compliance pro (25 years!) who, like you, is currently working in the thick of it, as the voice of compliance detangling the tough stuff.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Compliance staff, loan administration / production staff, loan policy makers, loan officers making in-house dwelling-secured loans, and audit staff.
EGRRCPA 101 Revisions to TILA
Section 35 HPML Info Sheet
Section 32 High Cost Mortgage
Questions and Answers
Excellent; however, I did before the webinar and now after it have trouble finding the handouts. A better prelim email could have helped. Hope I am able to...Read More
Excellent; however, I did before the webinar and now after it have trouble finding the handouts. A better prelim email could have helped. Hope I am able to find them.Read Less