Leslie Bender Esq.
Clark Hill PLC
Vice President of Portfolio Services
Grand Vacation Services LLC
Joann Needleman Esq.
Clark Hill PLC
Why Should I Attend?
2021 has seen a shift in state and federal regulatory attention around a wide and complex set of diversity, equity and inclusion issues. This places unique emphasis on creditors’ vendor management programs and how vendors are themselves testing compliance with fair lending and equal opportunity to credit principles. Having done so, this panel considers how far creditors might go to assure their internal programs and essential consumer-facing vendors are adapting to the ever-changing environment.
With the new CFPB leadership’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, equal opportunity to credit, and anti-discrimination – what do creditors need to know now about these concepts and how should we expect the CFPB to enforce around these priorities?
In this interactive session, the panel, creditor - Mark Laurent and industry counsel, Joann Needleman and Leslie Bender, share practical insights into how a creditor might “self-test” their own compliancy and then mindful of the backdrop of recent court interpretations about agency and vendor relationships –what inquiries creditors should make regarding their consumer-facing vendors. Having done so, this panel will explore what creditors should do if they know or suspect there may be fair lending issues – what are the pros and cons of self-reporti
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