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Small CU Webinar on CFPB's Payday, Small-Dollar, Vehicle Title Rule
Friday, September 16, 2016 6:30 AM

Please join us for a complimentary small credit union webinar, “Between the Lines:  What the CFPB’s Payday, Small-Dollar, and Vehicle Title Proposed Rule Means to Small Credit Unions,” presented by Cornerstone Credit Union League's Nathan Behncke.

The webinar is hosted by the Small Credit Union Sub-Committee, and is recommended for CEOs, credit union management, lending staff, and board members. Details follow:

Date: Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016
Time: 2 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. CST

Cost:   Free to Cornerstone-affiliated CUs under $50M in assets

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Small-dollar, big issues: offering the best response to CFPB’s 1300-page proposal
Every credit union that offers auto refinance, small-dollar, or installment loans needs to know how the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Payday, Small-Dollar, and Vehicle Title Proposed Rule could potentially affect their lending programs and could also have a significant impact on their operations. 

This webinar will cover:

  • How the proposed rule will affect lending at smaller institutions
  • Documentation of the rule’s proposed Ability-to-Repay analyses and underwriting
  • How the rule fits in with NCUA’s existing PAL rules
  • The potential impact on vehicle recapture loans
  • New collections rules with small-dollar loans
  • Disclosure requirements, and
  • The biggest points to address in your comment letter to CFPB

This webinar will not only provide you with a better understanding of the proposal, but will also provide the steps you can take to submit an effective comment letter to the CFPB.

Your Presenter:  Nathan Behncke, Cornerstone Credit Union League
Nathan BehnckeNathan Behncke joined Cornerstone in 2013 as an advisor on legislative, regulatory, and compliance issues. Nathan also assists credit unions in understanding complex legal and regulatory compliance issues through Cornerstone’s Information Central. Information Central offers a hotline for all credit union staff, a compliance newsletter, website, online compliance manual, training, and more.

Prior to joining Cornerstone, Nathan worked in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northwestern Mutual, and several years in collections and auditing for Mercedes-Benz. Nathan has a Bachelor of Science in criminology from Kansas State University, is a graduate of the University of Kansas-School of Law with a focus on business law, and is CUNA BSACS and CUCE certified.


If you have questions about this webinar, please contact Cristina Martinez at or 800-442-5762, ext. 6403.