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April 2014 Legal Briefs

No guns? CFPB reports on service members complaints FRB debit card interchange fee upheld Regulation E slips earn another bank a penalty

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Mortgage Investment Services Corporation

Mortgage Investment Services Corporation (MISC) is an independent mortgage banking company serving only community banks and their customers in Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado and Arkansas. MISC is an approved Fannie Mae seller/servicer and provides processing, underwriting, closing and funding services for over 200 community banks. We offer conventional, FHA, VA and rural housing loans to fit all your customers’ needs. …

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February 2014 Legal Briefs

Lessons from the Chase ‘Madoff penalties’ FDIC tech assistance video series Bureau is looking for mortgage ‘pain points’ Revised consumer booklets Still handling paper items? Cross-Collateralization Garnishments — When all funds are protected Record retention — Part 1

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NFP Executive Benefits

With 1,250 BOLI clients, NFP Executive Benefits provides customized solutions for designing and financing benefit programs to recruit, retain, and reward key officers and directors. We provide our clients with timely, accurate documentation and regulatory compliance support. Our team includes individuals with significant BOLI and benefits administration expertise, regulatory experience as well as one of the industry’s most recognized experts …

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Offers a portfolio of insurance products that provides a simplified approach to establishing a wide range of protection for financial institutions. Travelers SelectOne for Community Bank’s portfolio includes the following coverage’s: Financial Institution Bond, Directors and Officers Liability, Property and Casualty and Workers Compensation. CONTACT INFORMATION: Contact: Mark Horton 940 Westport Plaza, Suite 270 St Louis, MO 63146 Phone: (314) …

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December 2013 Legal Briefs

Dodd-Frank readiness Integrated mortgage disclosures finalized FinCEN definitions changes CFPB regulatory agenda Exemption thresholds creep upward

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