B2B: Regulation Z and Home Equity

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CE Credits: 1.25 CRCM

Description:  This B2B Webinar will review the Regulation Z compliance implications of home equity loans – both open-end Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOCs) and closed-end Home Equity Loans. We will discuss their differences, documentation and disclosures applicable to each, exemptions, advertising considerations, some common pitfalls and frequently asked questions, and more. This Back2Basics webinar may serve as a refresher for individuals who may be recently getting back into home equity lending, or as a basic training for those just getting started in the lending and/or compliance profession.

People who should attend:

Lending Officers, Lending Staff, Underwriters, Compliance Officers, and Compliance Staff, and similar Personnel.

Presenter:  Prince Girn, JD,  Associate General Counsel

Prince Girn serves C/A as an Associate General Counsel. He received his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of California, Davis and received his Juris Doctor from San Joaquin College of Law. While in law school, Prince had the privilege of being enrolled in visiting law programs at the University of Oxford and Pepperdine University.
Girn received certificates of special recognition from the California Legislature Assembly and the United States Congress for his academic achievement, leadership ability, community involvement, and ties to Central Valley. Before joining the firm, Prince worked in several areas of law such as real estate, immigration, and criminal defense. He also practiced workers’ compensation law as a defense attorney where he represented major municipalities, hospital systems, and companies.
Prince’s main focus is as a member of the expert Hotline team at Compliance Alliance where his knowledge in areas of lending, real estate, and credit procedures makes him an asset for our member banks. He is also a writer for the Bankers Alliance monthly magazine and other state banker publications.