BAI L&D Webinar:
TILA/RESPA Integration – Part 1 – A New Way to Disclose
Recorded: March 11, 2015
Learn how to comply with the new Integrated Disclosure Requirements prior to the October 3, 2015 effective date. This 90 minute webinar will help you to avoid the pitfalls of non-compliance with the new rules and prepare you to assist your financial institution with the new requirements. With a better understanding of what will be required, you will have the tools to work with your service providers prior to the effective date to put the procedures in place needed for compliance. This webinar has been approved for CRCM credits.*
Along with an overview and coverage of the new requirements, the discussion will include the proper completion, timing, and delivery of the Loan Estimate Form, Closing Form, Escrow Closing Notice, and Partial Payment Policy Disclosure. Learn what is new and what has changed between your existing Truth in Lending (TILA) and RESPA forms and the new integrated forms. Get answers to the questions you may be struggling with surrounding coverage, safe harbors and model forms, and how to prepare. Go step by step through the completion of the forms and what is required within each section. As you implement the new rules, you will be ready with this timely information on what you need to know and how to avoid the pitfalls.
Key Takeaways: Complying with New Requirements
Overview and coverage of the new Integrated Disclosure Requirements
Proper completion, timing, and delivery of the Loan Estimate Form, Closing Form, Escrow Closing Notice, and Partial Payment Policy Disclosure
What is new and what has changed between your existing Truth in Lending and RESPA forms and the new Integrated forms
Answers to questions surrounding coverage, safe harbors and model forms, and how to prepare
Step by step completion of the forms and what is required within each section
Melissa D. Blaser, CPA, CRCM, CAMS, CFSA, CFIRS
Melissa Blaser is a senior manager specializing in regulatory compliance for financial institutions. She assists financial institutions in navigating the complex requirements included in consumer federal bank regulations. Melissa has over 20 years of experience in regulatory compliance, internal audit, and public accounting for the financial services industry in a bank environment and for a public accounting/consulting firm. She is a trainer for financial institutions and a number of industry groups, a leader of regular meetings and coordinator of annual workshops for compliance professionals associations. Melissa has a bachelor of science degree in accountancy from Rockford College.
* TILA-RESPA Integration - Part 1 has been approved for 2 CRCM credits. This statement should not be viewed as an endorsement of this program or its sponsor. ICB Members must report these credits at www.icbmembers.org.