Compliance

The political rancor resulting from President Trump’s comments on last weekend’s events in Charlottesville are not driving White House economic adviser Gary Cohn out of the Administration
The political rancor resulting from President Trump’s comments on last weekend’s events in Charlottesville are not driving White House economic adviser Gary Cohn out of the Administration.   According to a Bloomberg report, an unnamed White House official stated that while Cohn was upset over the... Keep Reading....
The Federal Reserve has decided now is not the right time for another rate hike
The Federal Reserve has decided now is not the right time for another rate hike.   “In view of realized and expected labor market conditions and inflation, the Committee decided to maintain the target range for the federal funds rate at one to 1-1/4 percent,” said the central bank’s Federal Open... more
CBCInnovis has announced that the LexisNexis RiskView Liens & Judgments Report is now available within its portfolio of lending support solutions
CBCInnovis has announced that the LexisNexis RiskView Liens & Judgments Report is now available within its portfolio of lending support solutions. Developed by data and analytics company LexisNexis Risk Solutions, the RiskView Liens & Judgments Report enables mortgage lenders to continue to... more
LoanHD Loan Quality Managemen
LoanLogics has enhanced its LoanHD Loan Quality Management platform with an Audit Response Center (ARC) which enables mortgage lenders to address defects and conditions on loans immediately after each loan has been reviewed. The ARC also provides lenders with a compliance trail showing how each... more
Richard Cordray is planning to leave the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and seek the 2018 Democratic nomination for governor of Ohio
Richard Cordray is planning to leave the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and seek the 2018 Democratic nomination for governor of Ohio, according to a statement by Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O'Neill reported by Cleveland.com.   O’Neill said that an unnamed mutual friend "openly... more