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first_img 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Still reeling from the new TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures, mortgage lenders got about a five-minute breather before the next big bombshell hit: the CFPB’s amendments to the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act. Through the act, Congress has charged the regulatory agencies with identifying and combating discriminatory practices within the mortgage industry. Through Regulation C, first the Federal Reserve Board and now the CFPB has for many years required qualifying financial institutions to track and report specific pieces of information on the loans that they make for home purchase, refinances of home purchases and home improvement purposes.However, over the years mortgage products and the delivery systems have changed significantly, and those changes have affected the value of the information being reported. As a result, HMDA has been revised from time to time to ensure that sufficient information is being received to enable the regulatory agencies to identify potential redlining and other discriminatory practices.More recently, the Dodd-Frank Act required both an expansion of the scope of the loans for which information is gathered and an expansion of the scope of the information being gathered in order to provide a more robust picture of the mortgage lending activities within individual financial institutions and across the industry.The new HMDA rule is lengthy and significantly expands the types of loans for which reporting will be required, expands the small lender exemption, modifies many of the existing data fields and adds a number of new fields. The only good news here from an operational perspective is that the CFPB has provided what appears to be a manageable lead time before the new tracking and reporting requirements take effect. continue reading »last_img read more

first_imgBUSINESS: The Donegal Women in Business Network is a voluntary led networking channel for women who wish to enhance and expand their business contacts and grow their businesses and there are currently over 200 members spread throughout the entire county from a wide industry sector.Formed in 1998, the network has now evolved, 18 years later into a dynamic and growing membership of women with diverse backgrounds, industries and careers who meet to share their knowledge and experience and promote their businesses.Outgoing President, Grace Ann McGarvey is extending on behalf of the network committee, an invite to  all Women who work in, own or run a Business in Donegal to attend their upcoming Networking event & AGM on October 25th. Grace Ann herself, has been a member of the Donegal Women in Business for a long number of years, Public Relations Offer for the past 5 years & Network President for the past 2 years. Commenting on the upcoming AGM Grace Ann said;“The network is an invaluable resource for business women in the county to meet and learn about best practice in running a small business, from experts in various fields and from experts within the network. It is open to all women with an interest in business. Whether you are the owner of the business or involved in running the business either as a partner, family member or manager, any woman can join! We encourage the promoting and supporting of each others products and services and encourage learning from the experiences of others.”“The networking events held discussed topics such as, marketing yourself, following up with contacts, building relationships, using social media as a networking tool, accessing finance and time management, to name but a few!”“ I would like to personally thank the ladies of the network for attending our workshops & events, the great hard working voluntary ladies that we have working in the network. Rachel Wasson, Rosemary Lyons, Shona Chambers, Denise McClintock, Karen Murphy, Fiona O’Reilly, Fiona Higgins, Maureen Walsh & Catherine Lyster and I wish the new committee every success for the future”.“If you would like to join us for our upcoming networking event & AGM, on Tuesday October 25th, 7pm at Gallaghers Hotel, Letterkenny. On the night we will be electing a new committee, so if you would like to become part of the network or would like to join the network committee, send  an RSVP to [email protected], to confirm your attendance for numbers on the night and feel free to share with anyone whom you might think would like to come, look forward to seeing you there.”Donegal Women in Business to host AGM next week was last modified: October 18th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AGMBusinessdonegalNetworkingnewsWomenlast_img read more

first_imgThe Uganda Cranes team that started yesterday against Burundi. Courtesy photo.FOOTBALL–After the Uganda Cranes were left frustrated by Burundi in their opening game at the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup as the two countries played out the second goaless draw of the 2017 tournament, head coach Moses Basena has come out and said he is not worried about the luck of goals by his side.“We can not go back and mourn a the goaless draw. It was clear we dominated from the start to finish but we need to work on our finishing in the next games.They (Burundi) defended resiliantly and we failed to penetrate them on many occasions,”  Moses Basena said after the game.“I am not going to blame my players because their input was ok but like i said, we only need to work on our finishing,” he added.The Uganda Cranes yesterday created limited chances and were left to take speculative efforts which did not help their cause.Dispute starting with several offensive minded players, the cranes almost created nothing from open play in the first half.It was untill the final quater I the game when they started looking like they could score but it was alittle to late as the goal eluded them untill the final whistle.The Cranes started with KCCA FC forward Derrick Nsibambi upfront with Milton Karisa, Muzamir Mutyaba, Allan Katerega and Allan Kyambadde all in support of the KCCA forward.With league top scorers Hood Kawesa and Nelson Ssenkatuka coming on in the second half coupled by Uganda’s recent struggles infront of goal evident in the fact that the Cranes scored only two goals in the world cup qualification campaign, something needs to be sorted out as soon as possible for the goals to start flying in.Uganda is currently second in group B and play their next game tomorrow.Team that started against Burundi.1. Benjamin Ochan 2. Nicholas Wadada3. Isaac Muleme4. Timothy Awanyi5. Bernard Muwanga(c)6. Tadeo Lwanga7. Allan Kyambadde8. Muzamir Mutyaba9. Derrick Nsibambi10. Milton Marisa11. Allan KatereggaCommentslast_img read more