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    Fair Lending Solutions

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    Without a comprehensive fair lending monitoring program, your institution may be at risk for Fair Lending violations around redlining, pricing, underwriting, marketing, steering, and exception management. Moreover, you open your institution to the possibilities of civil penalties, fines and reputational damage. Minimizing your risk takes continuous review, analysis and reporting, but manual review is labor-intensive and prohibitively expensive. Our fair lending solutions help banks answer three main questions.

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    18th Annual CRA & Fair Lending Colloquium

    For 17 years, the CRA & Fair Lending Colloquium has been the place to be in November for lively, honest discussions on the topics that affect you. The 18th annual will be no different.

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    White Papers

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    From “Fair” to “Fair and Responsible:” Concepts of Fairness Permeate the Banking Landscape

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    Although many causes have been cited for the financial crisis that culminated in late 2008, highest among them were the relaxed policies and practices of a few U.S. financial institutions. Processes that allowed overvaluation of collateral and questionable securitization of bundled mortgages; subprime borrowers with undemonstrated credit histories allowed to borrow sums that were likely beyond their means to repay—all leading to deceptive servicing and loss mitigation practices that compounded the agony. Compliance can only be achieved in harmony with an institution’s overall risk management program and operational processes. This white paper will offer best practice guidelines on how financial institutions can balance their compliance requirements and consumer protection responsibilities within the exercise of their business agendas.

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