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September/October Hoosier Banker: Waiving HELOC Closing Costs – While keeping line of credit open

Posted by: Brett J. Ashton on September 1, 2017

Court Decision Clears Way for Broader Use of Postnuptial Agreements

As seen in the September/October 2017 issue of the Indiana Banker Association's Hoosier Banker.

Question: Our chief lending officer wants to run a new promotion waiving all closing costs on home equity lines of credit, but is concerned that borrowers will pre-pay the loan before the bank...


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September/October Hoosier Banker: Covering Your Losses With Flood Certifications

Posted by: Lori Jean on September 1, 2017

Court Decision Clears Way for Broader Use of Postnuptial Agreements

While federally regulated lenders are typically aware of the requirement under the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 19731 (the “Act”) to obtain flood certifications upon making a loan, lenders failing to update flood certifications when they increase, modify or renew a loan may find their...


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The CFPB Fires a Shot Across the Bow of Financial Services Companies Charging Convenience Fees

Posted by: Brett J. Ashton on August 15, 2017

Court Decision Clears Way for Broader Use of Postnuptial Agreements

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (the “CFPB” or the “Bureau”) recently issued Compliance Bulletin 2017-01: Phone Pay Fees (the “Bulletin”),[1] and an accompanying Press Release,[2] warning covered persons and service providers[3] that charging convenience fees in exchange for offering...


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The CFPB Fires a Shot Across the Bow of Financial Services Companies Charging Convenience Fees - INDIANA

Posted by: Brett J. Ashton on August 15, 2017

Court Decision Clears Way for Broader Use of Postnuptial Agreements

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (the “CFPB” or the “Bureau”) recently issued Compliance Bulletin 2017-01: Phone Pay Fees (the “Bulletin”),[1] and an accompanying Press Release,[2] warning covered persons and service providers that charging convenience fees in exchange for offering...


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CFPB Finalizes Arbitration Rule

Posted by: Brett J. Ashton on August 3, 2017

Court Decision Clears Way for Broader Use of Postnuptial Agreements

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (the “CFPB” or the “Bureau”) released their Final Rule on Arbitration (the “Final Rule” or the “Rule”) on July 10, 2017, containing very few changes from that initially proposed in 2016, and significantly limiting the use of pre-dispute arbitration...


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July/August Hoosier Banker: Acquisition of Voting Shares Through Inheritance

Posted by: Brett J. Ashton on July 24, 2017

Court Decision Clears Way for Broader Use of Postnuptial Agreements

As seen in the July/August 2017 issue of the Indiana Banker Association's Hoosier Banker.

Question: Our largest shareholder passed away last week after a long illness. She owned approximately 35 percent of the outstanding shares of our holding company. We expect that all of her shares will be...


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Supreme Court Rules that Cities Can Sue Banks Under Fair Housing Act

Posted by: Lori Jean on June 12, 2017

Court Decision Clears Way for Broader Use of Postnuptial Agreements

On May 1, 2017, the Supreme Court in Bank of America Corp. v. City of Miami, Fla., 137 S. Ct. 1296 ruled that under the Fair Housing Act (“FHA”)[1] cities may sue banks over residential lending practices they allege led to urban blight. However, in order to prove damages, cities must establish a...


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