Monthly Archives: February 2013
Financial responsibility and felonies are the hot topics during the Credit and Criminal Background Check panel made up of state and federal regulators and industry representatives. Sue Clark of the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation and Chair of the NMLS Policy … Continue reading
The day is flying by! The first round of breakout sessions has wrapped. After a quick break to stretch some legs and check messages, the final series of breakout sessions for the day is about to begin! There is a … Continue reading
The focus of the Mortgage Call Report (MCR) panel is on compliance and data quality. Kirsten Anderson, regulator from the state of Oregon, provided an overview of MCR compliance in her state and the actions that Oregon is taking to push … Continue reading
Charles Cooper, Banking Commissioner of the Texas Department of Banking, discusses the importance of state financial supervision, offers his supervisory philosophy, and talks coordination between state and federal regulators.
Amy Greenwood-Field, Review Examiner of the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance, and Kathryn Ryan, Counsel at BuckleySandler LLP, are talking about upcoming NMLS updates that will allow companies and branches to provide “advance notice” of future changes to a licensee’s … Continue reading
Bruce Schultz, Senior Vice President of SpiritBank in Tulsa, Oklahoma, talks about the impact NMLS and the SAFE Act have had upon lenders in insured depository institutions.
Roger Tutterow, Professor of Economics at Mercer University in Georgia, is giving attendees an economic update as today’s luncheon speaker. Here’s a photo of the professor in action!