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Regulatory Brief for July 2021

Every month, Ncontracts compliance experts provide an overview and analysis of the latest regulatory updates to help you keep up with the rapidly evolving nature of the industry. In this episode, Stephanie Lyon, VP of Compliance, is joined by compliance experts Nicole Upshur and Robert Brosh to discuss regulatory changes that occurred in the month of July 2021 and what they mean for your financial institution.

Hey there, guess what? I had the most fascinating chat with Nicole Upshur and Robert Brosh on our latest Ncast monthly regulatory brief podcast episode! Seriously, you won't believe the insights they dropped.

So, Nicole kicked things off with a deep dive into the fair lending space. She spilled the beans on the Federal Home Finance Agency's new policy and how it's shaping the landscape for entities like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Trust me, it's got a ripple effect you wouldn't want to miss.

Then, Robert jumped in with some serious talk on climate risks and ESG matters. He shared how Washington State's Department of Financial Institutions is shaking things up and the increasing importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. It's all about a new era of responsible finance.

But that's not all – Nicole's back, and she's dishing on the world of data portability. Imagine giving consumers more control over their financial data – and the potential impacts on open banking initiatives. This could be a game-changer, and Nicole breaks it down.

Now, brace yourself for a glimpse into the world of remote work. Nicole's talking about Connecticut's groundbreaking permanent work-from-home law for mortgage pros. Think about how that might reshape the industry. Yep, we're getting into the nitty-gritty.

And there's more – Robert's in the mix with updates on bank mergers and the regulatory spotlight. President Biden's executive order is throwing a twist into the banking growth strategy, and Robert breaks down the key points you need to know.

Wrapping it up, we've got a sneak peek into the mortgage scene with Nicole again. She's talking about model state regulatory standards for non-bank mortgage servicers. If you're into the mortgage world, this is pure gold.

So, if you're as curious as I was, dive into our latest podcast episode. These insights are seriously on another level. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review – you won't want to miss what's next on "The Ncast" monthly regulatory brief!

In this episode, you will learn

  1. Introducing Nicole Upshur and Robert Brosh, Regulatory Councils.
    Introducing Nicole Upshur and Robert Brosh, Regulatory Councils.
  2. Climate Risk and climate change.
    Climate Risk and climate change.
  3. Vendor Management Guidance proposal.
    Vendor Management Guidance proposal.
  4. Data privacy and data loss.
    Data privacy and data loss.
  5. Digital Assets.
    Digital Assets.
Stephanie Lyon
VP of Compliance, Ncontracts
Nicole Upshur
Regulatory Compliance Counsel, Ncontracts
Robert Brosh Photo
Robert Brosh
Regulatory Compliance Counsel, Ncontracts

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