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NCUA Offers Compliance Webinars On New Remittance, Mortgage Rules
ALEXANDRIA, VA (11/8/13)--The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) will host two free webinars on the Dodd-Frank remittances and mortgage lending rules on Nov. 18 and Dec.18 beginning at 2 p.m. (ET).
 
NCUA's Office of Consumer Protection will host the webinars and will provide credit unions with two high-level overviews on the new Dodd-Frank rules and how they will affect credit unions.
 
The topics for the Nov. 18 webinar include:
  • Remittance transfers;
  • Higher-priced mortgage loan appraisals;
  • Mortgage servicing; and,
  • Higher-priced mortgage loan escrows.
The topics for the Dec. 18 webinar include:
  • Ability-to-Repay and Qualified Mortgage rules;
  • High-cost mortgage and home-ownership counseling;
  • Loan originator compensation; and,
  • Equal Credit Opportunity Act appraisals and valuations.
Credit unions can register for each webinar by using the resource links below. Credit unions will use the same links to view the webinars on Nov. 18 and Dec. 18.

Credit unions are asked to submit their questions prior to each webinar by emailing WebinarQuestions@ncua.gov with the subject line, "Remittance and Mortgage Lending Rules Webinar."
 
The NCUA has also created regulatory alerts and videos for the new regulations, which summarize the new rules, highlight key issues for credit unions and provide information on additional compliance resources for credit unions to use. You can find NCUA's videos on the agency's YouTube channel  and its alerts under the 'Regulations, Publications and Reports' tab on the NCUA website.
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