January 20, 2022
2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CST
Since the Dodd-Frank Act, HMDA has significantly expanded reporting requirements, only to have them modified by Senate Bill 2155, causing additional questions and confusion for HMDA data collection and reporting. Once again, HMDA was modified in July 2020.
Banks need to be aware of the SB 2155 effects and the July 2020 changes, including the significant partial exemptions on the collection and reporting of HMDA data and increased loan volume thresholds. Fully understanding the changes now can save a lot of time and energy in the months to come.
This online program consists of 90 minutes of instruction and live Q&A. Each registration allows access to the webinar and materials with 30-day replay access. You may have unlimited listeners on your connection by speaker phone and PC. All options will receive the written materials.
**Program fees are based on bank asset size. There is no limit on the number of people that can attend the virtual session from your financial institution. Please login and register one person from your bank and pay based on your bank’s asset size. Then email all other attendees (include attendee’s first and last name, bank location and e-mail) to Natalie Wareham at firstname.lastname@example.org so that additional attendees can be registered free of charge to receive their own link and login information for the session.
*We understand circumstances arise requiring cancellation - if you cancel up to 3 business days before the program, your registration fee will be refunded.
*Any transmission, retransmission or republishing of the audio or video portion of the seminar is strictly prohibited.