Mayer Brown’s Lauren Pryor will speak at the Mortgage Bankers Association Whole Loan Trading Workshop in Houston, Texas on Thursday, November 8. Lauren will participate on a panel entitled “Getting Deals Done,” and will address legal considerations arising in connection with the purchase and sale of residential mortgage loan portfolios.
Kris Kully, of Mayer Brown’s Financial Services and Regulatory Enforcement group, will speak to credit union mortgage lenders at the 22nd Annual Conference of the American Credit Union Mortgage Association (ACUMA) in Las Vegas.
On September 24th, she will lead a discussion regarding Communication and Compliance, addressing many principles to keep in mind as your credit union reaches out to members, realtors, and others in offering mortgage loans. Later that day, she will lead a break-out session providing a 2019 Compliance Update, followed by a break-out discussion of mortgage loan originator compensation complexities. (The compensation break-out session also will be offered on September 25th.)
On September 27th, Mayer Brown’s Jon Jaffe, a partner in the firm’s Financial Services Regulatory Enforcement Group, will participate in a webinar sponsored by the California Mortgage Bankers Association. The webinar, an effort of the CMBA’s Mortgage Quality and Compliance Committee, will address the various compliance concerns for mortgage lenders and loan officers reaching out to potential borrowers through advertising, including through social media.
The ABA Business Law Section is holding its 2018 Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas on September 13-15, 2018. The Meeting will offer over 80 CLE programs and many more committee meetings and events, and will feature several Mayer Brown panelists.
Financial Services Regulatory & Enforcement (FSRE) partner Laurence Platt will participate in a panel discussion on the future of housing finance.
FSRE partner Marc Cohen will participate in a panel discussion on what the Anti-Terrorism Act and Alien Tort Statute mean for banks.
FSRE associate Eric Mitzenmacher will participate in a panel on current developments in consumer financial services.
Stuart Litwin, co-head of Structured Finance and Capital Markets, will moderate a panel on the transition away from LIBOR and similar rates.
FSRE partner David Beam will moderate a panel on the differences between P2P and interbank payment systems.
FSRE associate Matthew Bisanz will moderate a panel discussion on current trends in banking enforcement actions against individuals.
Several of Mayer Brown’s Consumer Financial Services lawyers will be featured at the upcoming Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference in Los Angeles, sponsored by the Mortgage Bankers Association.
On Sunday, April 29th, Ori Lev will participate on a panel analyzing unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices (UDAAP), as part of the conference’s Applied Compliance track.
On Monday, April 30th, Kris Kully will participate in a panel attempting to look on the bright side of HMDA — how understanding that additional data will be useful not just for lenders’ compliance function, but also for production growth, and perhaps even operational efficiencies.
On Tuesday, May 1st, Krista Cooley will discuss the latest developments in False Claims Act enforcement.
In addition, Phil Schulman will address “TRID 2.0” — with the resolution of the PHH decision, how can lenders work with other service providers to market their loans to potential borrowers? Phil also will participate in the RESPA Section 8 “Deep Dive” Compliance Roundtable later that afternoon.
On Wednesday, May 2nd, Keisha Whitehall Wolfe will participate in what promises to be a lively discussion about “Compliance in Action,” discussing real life examples related to analyzing, addressing, responding to, and resolving compliance issues.
The ABA Business Law Section is holding its 2018 Spring Meeting in Orlando next week and will offer nearly 90 CLE programs and many more committee meetings and events.
Mayer Brown’s Matthew Bisanz will co-moderate, and Anjali Garg will participate on, a panel on April 13th discussing current developments in UDAP/UDAAP enforcement involving financial institutions, including considerations for advertising disclosures and the potential for increased state enforcement activity. Matthew and Anjali are members of Mayer Brown’s Financial Services Regulatory and Enforcement Group in Washington, DC.
Also on April 13th, restructuring partner Luciana Celidonio (Tauil & Chequer, São Paulo) will participate on a panel exploring the issues and actors involved in international bond defaults.
For more information, please visit the event webpage.
Kris Kully, of Mayer Brown’s Financial Services and Regulatory Enforcement group, will speak to credit union mortgage lenders at the 20th Annual Conference of the American Credit Union Mortgage Association in Washington, DC.
On September 19th, she will discuss the next wave of compliance regulations and enforcement priorities. On September 20th, she will participate in a panel discussion of compliance matters ranging from the Department of Labor’s treatment of mortgage loan originators under the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s regulation of originator compensation, and any other issues the audience requests!
On Tuesday, August 2, 2016, at 2:00pm EDT, Mayer Brown and Paybefore.com will present a webinar on the CFPB’s actions against payment processors for allegedly facilitating illegal transactions by their clients. The presenters will be Mayer Brown attorneys David Beam, Ori Lev, and Jeremy McLaughlin, and the moderator will be Paybefore’s Evan Schuman. The webinar will discuss the CFPB’s enforcement actions against payment processors, explain the factors that led the CFPB to conclude that the payments companies were culpable, and discuss practical steps companies can take to avoid the same fate.
Several of Mayer Brown’s Consumer Financial Services partners will be featured at next week’s Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference in Denver, sponsored by the Mortgage Bankers Association.
On May 2, 2016, Krista Cooley will participate on a panel entitled “Servicing Issues, Including TCPA.” She will address rules and directives under the Dodd-Frank Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), and litigation and enforcement actions that continue to affect the mortgage servicing process.
Also on May 2, Melanie Brody will address “Fair Lending and HMDA Data.” She will cover how government agencies use that data to identify targets for fair lending enforcement and to support redlining claims.
On May 3, Phil Schulman will address the state of RESPA enforcement following the recent hearing on the CFPB’s PHH decision before the D.C. Circuit. That case is not likely to be decided for several months and will certainly be subject to further appeals depending on which party receives a favorable opinion. Phil also will discuss marketing, advertising, promotional, and training activities that are still permissible if done in compliance with the Act.
Also on May 3, Larry Platt will participate on a panel entitled “Government Program Update and What’s New on Repurchases & Indemnifications,” which will outline the latest developments from the Government Sponsored Enterprises, Federal Housing Administration, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and other government programs.
On May 4, Ori Lev will participate on a panel on “Self Reporting and Privilege,” which will examine the pros and cons of self reporting to regulatory agencies, how and when to self report, and remediation issues.
Other partners in the group, including Debra Bogo-Ernst, Eric Edwardson, Jon Jaffe, Steve Kaplan, Kris Kully, Lucia Nale, Stephanie Robinson, and David Tallman, also will be on hand. We look forward to connecting with you in Denver!
On March 2, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) undertook its first data security enforcement action in a consent order against Dwolla, Inc., a payment network provider that allegedly made deceptive representations about its data security practices. The consent order makes clear that, going forward, consumer financial services companies will have to navigate another set of regulatory expectations as they work to secure consumer data against cyber threats.
On April 21, 2016, from 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. EDT, please join Mayer Brown lawyers Ori Lev, Stephen Lilley and David Tallman for a discussion of the CFPB’s Dwolla enforcement action and its implications for the consumer financial services sector. Further information and a link for registration can be found here.