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Articles about Compliance

 

Residential | August 2004 
Compliance: From A to Z
Compliance: From A to Z is a series of monthly articles by James Russell in Scotsman Guide intended to educate mortgage originators on consumer compliance issues. The series will go beyond the super...
By James D. Russell, CPA, managing partner, MTG Consult

Residential | July 2004 
Compliance: From A to Z
Compliance: From A to Z is a series of monthly articles by James Russell in Scotsman Guide intended to educate mortgage originators on consumer compliance issues. The series will go beyond the supe...
By James D. Russell, CPA, managing partner, MTG Consult

Residential | June 2004 
Compliance: From A to Z
Compliance: From A to Z is a series of monthly articles by James Russell in Scotsman Guide intended to educate mortgage originators on consumer compliance issues. The series will go beyond the supe...
By James D. Russell, CPA, managing partner, MTG Consult

Residential | May 2004 
Compliance: From A to Z
Compliance: From A to Z is a series of monthly articles by James Russell in Scotsman Guide intended to educate mortgage originators on consumer compliance issues. The series will go beyond the super...
By James D. Russell, CPA, managing partner, MTG Consult

Residential | April 2004 
Compliance: From A to Z
Mortgage originators (including brokers) must consider various issues when advertising or otherwise promoting their business.  They must follow the technical requirements of federal and state laws ...
By James D. Russell, CPA, managing partner, MTG Consult

Residential | February 2004 
Why do I Need a Consumer Compliance Program?
Two months ago we discussed the merits of a consumer compliance program and briefly mentioned the five phases (Policies, Procedures, Training, Quality Control, Audit) of a sound program.  Additionally...
By James D. Russell, CPA, managing partner, MTG Consult

Residential | January 2004 
Tips for Keeping Your List Data Clean and Compliant
There’s a lot at stake when purchasing prospect data. Getting inaccurate data means that you may be wasting your direct marketing budget contacting consumers no longer at the address to which you’ve m...
By Bob Squiers, Vice President of Operations, Cilix

Residential | January 2004 
Why Do I Need a Consumer Compliance Program?
Last month we discussed the merits of a consumer compliance program and briefly mentioned the five phases (Policies, Procedures, Training, Quality Control, Audit) of a sound program.  Additionally, ...
By James D. Russell, CPA, managing partner, MTG Consult

Residential | July 2005 
Compliance: Enemy of the industry?
Most mortgage brokers don’t understand or appreciate the purpose of compliance and quality control. They feel as though compliance and quality control are enemies of production. Well, they’re not. ...
By Ben Slayton, executive vice president, QC-MAC Quality Control Management Assurance Corp.

Residential | April 2005 
Compliance from A to Z: Understanding Privacy Notices
 Compliance From A to Z is a series of monthly articles by James D. Russell intended to educate mortgage originat-ors on consumer-compliance issues. The series will go beyond the superficial and pr...
By James D. Russell, CPA, managing partner, MTG Consult

Residential | April 2005 
Comply Now — or Pay Dearly Later
Whether your company is involved in conventional or government-affiliated lending, such as U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs or Federal Housing Administration loans, you could be exposed to more ri...
By Ron Swafford, chief legal counsel and compliance-department director, DocuTech Corp.

Residential | March 2005 
Compliance: From A to Z: How to Provide Evidence of Timely Delivery
When state or U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development regulators visit, mortgage originators must prove they have provided their consumers with required disclosures. Even if they spend hou...
By James D. Russell, CPA, managing partner, MTG Consult

Residential | March 2005 
Take Advantage of Outsourced Compliance
To the dismay of many, 2004 was another difficult year for mortgage lending compliance. More anti-predatory lending laws and regulations were enacted. The federal Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA...
By Roger Fendelman, director of compliance, AppIntelligence Inc.

Residential | January 2005 
Compliance: From A to Z
Compliance: From A to Z is a series of monthly articles by James Russell in the Scotsman Guide intended to educate mortgage originators on consumer compliance issues. The series will go beyond the s...
By James D. Russell, CPA, managing partner, MTG Consult

Residential | October 2006 
Correspondent Lending: The 4 Cs
With rates increasing, profit margins slipping and ongoing government pressure to limit broker compensation, a number of mortgage brokers are looking at becoming correspondent lenders. B...
By Andy Seepersad, vice president of strategic accounts, Novastar Mortgage

 
 

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