CoAMP Webinar Hosted by Riesterer Law & Consulting

  • 10 Sep 2013
  • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (MDT)
  • Webinar

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Colorado Association of Mortgage Professionals

2014 LO Compensation Changes: CoAMP Webinar Presented by Riesterer Law and Consulting

This webinar will dive into the changes that will affect Loan Officer compensation starting in January 2014 

WHEN:

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013
10am-11am

WHERE:

Webinar (Provided by Franklin American)

COST:

$25 for CoAMP Members; $35 for non-Members

DEADLINE:

ALL registrations must be completed by Monday, September 9th.

WEBINAR INFO:

Ryan Riesterer will be presenting this one hour webinar.  Our goal with this webinar is to dive into the LO Compensation changes that are going into effect in January 2014. If you are a mortgage broker working in Colorado, this is likely to have a significant affect on some portion of your business.  Through this webinar we hope to provide an overview of the changes, how they are likely to affect your business, and what steps you can take to be prepared before the changes go into effect.

Specifically, the webinar will address:

  • The CFPB’s focus on LO Compensation Plans

  • What we can learn from the CFPB’s recent enforcement actions regarding LO Compensation.

  • How you can (and should) conduct a self-evaluation of your current LO Compensation Plan to ensure you are in compliance.

  • What changes / updates you will need to make to your LO Compensation Plan before January, 2014.

  • Any additional questions you have about the LO Compensation Rule, changes to the Rule and what we might be able to expect from the CFPB regarding future enforcement of the Rule.

Our presenter, Ryan Riesterer, is the Founder & Managing Member of Riesterer Law & Consulting, Ltd. http://www.riestererlaw.com, a multi-state legal and government relations practice based in Colorado Springs. Ryan has represented NAMB - The National Association of Mortgage Professionals as counsel and a registered lobbyist, and has worked on legislative and regulatory issues affecting the mortgage industry since 2006. He works primarily with businesses and organizations, helping clients interpret and adapt to legislative and regulatory changes, shape public policy, protect business interests and successfully manage complex organizational and transactional matters. 

Questions:

Adrienne L. Randol, CML, President of CoAMP. 303-720-9450 or arandol@franklinamerican.com or
Jason Kauffman, Chairman of Education Committee, 303-883-6776 jason@uptownmortgage.com

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