However this turns out, there is a transitioned implementation period, and when lenders must comply is based on how many small business loans they originate. This rule will have a dramatic impact on small business lenders’ operations, and not just from an operational, and perhaps more importantly, a cultural, standpoint. There are significant cultural issues to address as well, as this will change, in significant ways, how small business applications are collected and processed.
In this webinar, we’ll do a deep dive into the rule, including when, and whether, the institution must begin to collect and submit data. But our focus will not be a simple recitation of the rule, but how to effectively develop your implementation plan. We’ll review the many issues so you can methodically ensure your program is on track.
One of the many keys to determining the requirements is to understand the definitions involved, from “covered financial institution,” “covered origination,” and “covered credit transaction,” among others. We’ll discuss precisely what a small business is, so you can zero in on which areas of the institution are affected by the requirements. We’ll also examine the many data requirements – what they mean, how they’re defined, how to collect them, and ultimately submit them. This rule will have exact a heavy load on the technology and automation functions of the institution, and we’ll discuss some best practices in this area.
We’ll also talk about what this data means from a fair lending standpoint, including the public nature of the information and some suggestions for fair lending analytics, as well as policy and procedure impacts. Join us for this in-depth discussion of the rule so you can best prepare for implementation, both operationally and technologically, and also culturally.
Who Should Attend
Anyone in the institution who is involved in small business lending, particularly the application part of the process needs this course. This could include commercial lenders, processors, front-line staff, commercial lending support staff, and related employees, as well as compliance professionals, auditors, risk managers and officers, and line of business managers. Also, executive management and even Directors would benefit from understanding the requirements of this extensive new rule.
Continuing Education Credit Information
1071 Small Business Data Collection and Submission: Where Are We Now? has been approved for 2.5 CRCM credits. This statement is not an endorsement of this program or its sponsor. Credits are redeemable for Live attendance only. For questions on certificates, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Certification holders must report these credits at https://aba.csod.com.