MBA Regulatory Compliance Conference Sept. 20-22

The Mortgage Bankers Association’s Regulatory Compliance Conference takes place Sept. 20-22 at the Grand Hyatt Washington, D.C.

“Know Before You Owe” Takes Effect 10 Days After Regulatory Compliance 2015

“Experience has shown that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule, also known as ‘Know Before You Owe,’ is far more complicated and wide-ranging than any other rule previously issued. It is causing significant implementation challenges which will increase as the process moves forward and the rule becomes effective.”
–MBA Senior Vice President of Residential Policy and Member Services Pete Mills.

The MBA Regulatory Compliance Conference offers the following opportunities to get up-to-the-minute information on this timely issue:

  • Arrive Sunday afternoon for a special workshop on TRID Implementation, covering solutions to lingering challenges, a compliance checklist and an open dialogue with attorneys, technologists and other specialists.
  • On Monday, attend Where We Are in TRID Implementation for a panel discussion of how lenders are navigating the rules, mastering the friction points and meeting the new layer of investor requirements. 

View the full conference schedule here:

Join us in D.C., where it all takes place. Hear directly from policymakers and regulators who impact your business. Let your voice be heard during meetings on Capitol Hill before and after the conference. Receive updates on developments in the following areas and much more:

  • TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule–what to expect from the Oct. 3 implementation
  • HMDA rule–in-depth analysis and guidance on this new rule
  • Examinations and enforcement–what to expect and what’s happening now
  • Litigation issues
  • Preparing for fair lending review
  • Dodd Frank Section 342 guidance on diversity
  • Vendor management–ongoing challenges
  • MSAs and JVs–recent developments with RESPA Section 8

Who Should Attend

  • Inside and outside counsel 
  • Compliance officers 
  • Company executives 
  • Government relations professionals 
  • Policy directors 
  • Quality assurance professionals 
  • Anyone working to implement the new regulations 

The MBA Regulatory Compliance Conference is intended to meet CLE credits requirements upon approval by applicable state bar licensing entities. For more information and to register, visit