B2B: Adverse Actions

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CE Credits: 1.25 CRCM

Description: This B2B Webinar will review adverse actions under Regulation B and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). We will discuss the different notification, applicability, and other requirements for each, as well as common pitfalls and frequently asked questions. This Back2Basics webinar may serve as a refresher for individuals who may be recently returning to credit applications and credit reporting or as a basic training for those who are just getting started in lending or compliance.

People who should attend:

Branch Staff, Lending Staff (consumer and commercial), Loan Officers, Compliance Officer/Staff and any other staff involved in the adverse action process.

Presenter:  Jessica D. Lamoreux, JD

Jessica D. Lamoreux, JD, works as an Associate General Counsel for Compliance Alliance. She graduated magna cum laude from Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where she served as Contributing Editor on the law review. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Kenyon College. Before her work in regulatory compliance, she served as a law clerk in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. She is licensed in the State of Ohio.

Ms. Lamoreux’s has a strong background in consumer financial services; beginning as the Compliance Attorney for a mid-size debt collection law firm and later as Associate Counsel for a consumer lender. Most recently, Jessica was the Director of Risk & Compliance at an SaaS startup, where she advised on the design of software for managing the placement of defaulted receivables with third party collectors. Jessica’s work has consistently focused on policy drafting and employee compliance training. She has also frequently presented on regulatory issues at the National Creditors Bar Association and other industry events. Along with her Hotline duties, Jessica is also a featured ACCESS magazine author.