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CRA Updates- 2020 and beyond

date_range January 23rd at 2:00pm EST
Registration ends at midnight the night before event (January 23rd at 12:00am EST).
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On December 12th, the FDIC and the OCC issued a joint Notice of Public Rulemaking containing their proposals for reforming and updating the Community Reinvestment Act. Although this NPR has been in the works for quite a while, as possible reforms were first mentioned back in 2018, the time is certainly ripe for an update, as the last update to the CRA occurred back in 1995. In this webinar, we will discuss the proposals on the table and what they might mean to your institution, as well as any updates on the direction that the Federal Reserve may take. Join us as we unpack the NPR topic by topic and look to the future of the CRA.

What You Will Learn:

  • Proposals to encourage more community development and CRA small business lending.
  • Proposals to clarify and standardize activities for which banks will receive CRA credit, and provide transparency.
  • Proposals to recognize the evolution of the banking system by assessment area reform
  • Proposals to allow smaller institutions to continue under the current system

Who Should Attend:

Compliance and audit personnel, CRA officers, lenders, anyone involved in your CRA program in any capacity.


Presenter:

  • Elizabeth Rozsa
    • Elizabeth Rozsa
    • With over 20 years of experience in bank compliance management, Senior Consultant Elizabeth Rozsa brings expertise in assessing and evaluating compliance risk; formulating and implementing effective compliance management programs; and conducting training for bankers and regulatory personnel. She has helped community banks manage their compliance risk, serving as a critical part of compliance success, as well as working on assignments managing and monitoring compliance risk for large institutions. In her current position at Capco Academy, Elizabeth uses her experience and knowledge as a former regulator, instructor and compliance manager to help develop and conduct custom training for regulators – most notably the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection – and financial institutions alike.