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Banker Teleconference Series: Timely and Comprehensive Compliance Information and Insights from the FDIC
Sept 15 - Staff from the FDIC's Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection is hosting several banker teleconferences during 2012 to maintain open lines of communication and update institution staff on important banking regulatory and emerging issues in the compliance and consumer protection area. The next two calls in this series, which are scheduled for Sept. 27, 2012, and Oct. 10, 2012, will focus primarily on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's significant mortgage-related proposals. Separate registration for both calls is required.
- The FDIC holds periodic teleconferences to keep FDIC-supervised institutions informed about compliance and consumer protection related rulemakings, guidance, and emerging issues.
- The next two banker teleconferences will primarily discuss the CFPB's significant mortgage-related proposals. The calls will be held on Sept. 27, 2012, and Oct. 10, 2012, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).
- The sessions are free but registration is required.
- The FDIC also solicits suggestions from institutions for topics to be covered in future banker teleconferences. Please submit suggestions for future teleconference topics to BankerTeleconference(at)fdic.gov.
- Institutions also may submit questions on the mortgage-related proposals prior to the teleconferences by email to BankerTeleconference(at)fdic.gov. Note that this email address is for teleconference suggestions and questions only. Institutions wishing to submit comments on any open rulemaking proposal should follow the instructions for submitting comments included in the proposal.
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