13th Annual Consumer Finance Legal ConferenceRead Time: 1 min
New Orleans, LA
The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans
921 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70112
McGlinchey Stafford and Wolters Kluwer Financial Services are proud to present an expanded, three-day conference in New Orleans on the most critical compliance and litigation issues facing the consumer financial services industry today.
Designed for in-house counsel, compliance officers, risk managers and others charged with compliance responsibilities, this conference will provide attendees with the insights and strategies necessary to navigate the industry’s evolving federal and state regulatory landscapes, as well as prepare for investigations, examinations and enforcement actions.
Join us in New Orleans on October 15-17, 2014 as the nation’s leading authorities on the regulatory compliance issues pertaining to mortgage lending, auto finance and other consumer loan products gather in to discuss – in depth – the practical implications of the CFPB and increased regulatory scrutiny on the industry.
Reserve your space now, and join the nationally recognized McGlinchey Stafford Consumer Finance Team and other industry leaders in an up-to-the-minute examination of the issues you will face in coming months, including:
- Lessons Learned from Recent Regulatory Enforcement Actions
- Mortgage Origination Rules: TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosures, HDMA/Reg C Proposed Rules, and Qualified Mortgage, Ability to Repay and HOEPA
- TCPA Litigation Trends and What to Expect from the FCC
- CFPB/FTC UDAAP Expansion
- Arbitration Update: CFPB Survey and Recent Court Decisions
- Fair Lending Issues and Strategies for Assessing Risks
- New Mortgage Servicer Issues/Pre-Foreclosure Strategies
- Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Update
- Credit Reporting, Privacy and Information Security Update
- CFPB’s Interest in Social Media
- Risks of Charging Convenience Fees
- Current State of Bank Charter “Rental”
- Electronic Chattel Paper
- Ancillary Products
- Notes, Assignments of Mortgage and Lien Releases
- Mortgage Loan Originator Compensation Issues