October 2014 – January 2015
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Bankruptcy & Collections Update
The world of the delinquent member is never boring and it never stands still. Much has happened over the last year that directly impacts your Collections Department. From improving your collections calls to understanding your rights in bankruptcy, this informative and interactive session is sure to have something for you! It is never too late to sharpen your collections skills and better position your credit union to assist troubled members who want to work with you and maximize the recovery from everyone else. Join credit union attorney and collections consultant David Reed as he highlights the latest techniques, tips and trends to maximize your collections function. The event includes ample time to answer your questions and group discussion. Click here for the Registration Flyer.
The session will cover:
Creating Effective Collections
- Perfecting Your Collections Call
- Impact of the New Mortgage Servicing Rules
- Latest Skip Tracing Tools and Techniques
- Effectively Utilizing Collections Agencies and Law Firms
- Avoiding Consumer Protection Landmines
Fine Tuning Your Bankruptcy Process
- Avoiding Inadvertent Violations of the Automatic Stay
- Perfecting Your Proof of Claims
- Recent Bankruptcy Litigation Trends
- Maximizing Reaffirmation Opportunities
- Finding and Recovering Bankruptcy Fraud
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Free for affiliated credit unions. Please click here for the registration flyer.
Please note that that afternoon session has been canceled.
***This event has been filled.***
As an alternative, CUNA Mutual is offering a free webinar for all credit unions. Please click here to learn more.
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Attorney Jay Hershman
Baillie & Hershman P.C.
Attorney David Baghdady
First American Title Ins. Co.
This presentation will cover the new CFPB disclosures required for use beginning August 1, 2015.
We will review the Loan Estimate and the Closing Disclosure, discuss the new three day timing rules and when the new disclosures are to be used. We will also look at the different types of Closing Disclosures that the CFPB has created.