Financial regulators have set expectations they expect their credit unions to execute. Join S. Wayne Linder of Young & Associates, Inc. for "Regulator Issues & Update for the Credit Analyst" on Tuesday, June 18 from 2-3:30 p.m. CST.
Financial regulators have set expectations they expect their credit unions to execute. Join S. Wayne Linder of Young & Associates, Inc. for “Regulator Issues & Update for the Credit Analyst” on Tuesday, June 18 from 2-3:30 p.m. CST.
During this informative webinar, participants will learn about three primary credit functions that financial regulators expect financial institutions to perform:
Spreading and analyzing financial information on the borrower and related entities
Performing an in-depth underwriting analysis
Monitoring of the borrowing entity’s financial performance
Additionally, the webinar will focus on the two points financial regulators continue to emphasize:
Verification of financial ratios, values, etc., and
The depth of documented support material. Current and accurate information (based on regulatory guidance statements) is critical not only for underwriting, but also on-going monitoring of creditworthiness.
Although these duties may be assigned to the credit analyst, underwriter, or to the loan officer, this presentation will assume all are assigned to the credit analyst or underwriter. This webinar will focus on consumer lending and regulators’ emphasis points during safety and soundness examinations. It will also address regulatory guidance for home equity lending and 1-4 family residential investment properties.
Beginning and intermediate-level credit personnel, including credit analysts, loan officers, loan review personnel, loan committee members and credit-risk managers are all encouraged to register.
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