MBA Legal Issues/Regulatory Compliance Conference in L.A. Apr. 29-May 2

The Mortgage Bankers Association’s annual Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference takes place Apr. 29-May 2 at the J.W. Marriott L.A. Live in Los Angeles.

Navigate the Next Wave
Only at the MBA Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference will you receive guidance you need to thrive in this dynamic regulatory environment, as well as perspectives necessary to anticipate what will come next. This conference continues to be the source for the most up-to-date information on regulatory initiatives, litigation developments, legislative and enforcement activity impacting our industry.

LIRCPrepare for the changes to come as experts address the industry’s most pressing topics up-to-the-minute of the conference, including the future of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, state regulatory trends and advances in technology that will impact your business or your clients.

In more than 40 sessions over four days, you’ll be able to focus on the big issues through our interactive sessions, panels and roundtables. Topics include:

–Latest issues surrounding the HMDA rule
–Key litigation developments
–State regulatory trends
–The changing climate around the False Claims Act
–Opportunities and challenges with limited English proficiency populations
–Cybersecurity concerns in the era of big data
–Developments in fair lending law and compliance
–CFPB 2.0: A blueprint for moving away from regulation by enforcement

Who Should Attend
Attorneys, inside and outside counsel, compliance officers, company executives, government relations professionals, policy directors, quality assurance professionals and anyone else interested in legal and regulatory compliance issues.

Earn Professional Development Credits
The MBA Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference 2018 is intended to satisfy CLE credits upon approval by applicable state bar licensing entities, including Ethics credit. Earn credit towards your Certified Mortgage Compliance Professional (CMCP) designation when you attend Sunday’s CMCP track. Follow #MBALegalIssues18 on Twitter and Instagram for conference updates.

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For more information, visit the conference website,