Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) for Compliance Professionals

ABA SELF-PACED ONLINE TRAINING

Learn major aspects of ECOA/Reg B from application taking through underwriting and evaluations, to notice and record-keeping requirements. Discover basic requirements of the Fair Housing Act, and rules for furnishing of credit information, record retention, collecting government monitoring information, providing appraisal reports, and conducting self-testing.

Objectives:

  • Describe the purpose of the ECOA and the Fair Housing Act, and define key terms used in each
  • Identify Regulation B rules relating to the application process, from taking applications to notification of action taken
  • Describe Regulation B rules relating to the furnishing of credit information, record retention, collecting government monitoring information, providing appraisal reports, and conducting self-testing

Audience:  Compliance professionals including compliance managers, officers and other compliance team members whose primary role is within the compliance function at their financial institution; bank examiners, bank regulators, auditors and lending compliance professionals.

ABA Certifications: 3.0 CRCM

Your Instructor: Rick Freer, CRCM
Senior Director Examination & Compliance Programs, American Bankers Association

Prior to joining the ABA, Rick served as a national bank examiner and senior compliance specialist in the Compliance Policy Division at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).   In these roles he managed compliance regulations, including fair and responsible lending, UDAP, and HMDA, and compliance risk management initiatives and training activities.

Related Training: ABA Certificate in Lending Compliance

The New York Bankers Association is a Local ABA Training Provider.

Questions:
NYBA Professional Development at (212) 297-1679 or education@nyba.com.
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