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Agencies Issue Standards for Assessing Diversity Policies and Practices

On June 9, 2015 the FDIC, FRB, OCC, NCUA, CFPB, and SEC (agencies) issued a final interagency policy statement establishing joint standards for assessing the diversity policies and practices of the entities they regulate. 393 more words

Regulatory Compliance

New guidelines change the loan process

Oh no, not a dry article about getting a loan.  I promise to keep it short, and lay out the important changes to Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act… 327 more words

News

And everyone let out a collective sigh of relief...

This just came across my email from the owner of our brokerage Rich Conrad.

DENVER – Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau(CFPB) announced that it will be “sensitive” to the good-faith efforts of lenders implementing the new Truth-In-Lending and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Integration Disclosure (TRID) regulations set to take effect on August 1. 301 more words

Real Estate

Seller Financing After Dodd-Frank

The provisions of Dodd-Frank have been in place just under a year and a half, having come into effect on January 10, 2014, and the provisions of the law that concern seller financing of real estate made significant changes as to how investors use seller financing in these transactions. 562 more words

Mortgage

Sec Proposes Anticipated Rules on Pay-Versus-Performance Disclosure

On April 29, 2015, the SEC, in a 3-2 vote of the SEC Commissioners, approved proposed rules (the “pay-versus-performance disclosure”) that would require an issuer to disclose the relationship between the issuer’s executive compensation and the issuer’s financial performance. 822 more words

SEC Rulemaking And Guidance

ALI BRELAND: Barack Obama Slams Elizabeth Warren On Trade Comments

Politico — President Barack Obama has stoked the rising tensions with Sen. Elizabeth Warren and the progressive Democratic base over contentious trade negotiations.

In an interview with Yahoo! 77 more words

Politics