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Texas Adds Exemptions to Texas SAFE Act Licensing Requirements

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

Texas has amended its provisions relating to exemptions from the applicability of the Texas SAFE Act for certain nonprofit organizations and their residential mortgage loan originators (MLOs). Under the amendment, a nonprofit...more

Evolving State Supervision: Issues Arising from State Qualification Standards and 'SAFE' Act Licensing, and Coordination with the... [Video]

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

oin Pepper Hamilton LLP, the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) and RECOVCO Mortgage for an engaging discussion about important recent trends involving state supervision as states shift an ever greater amount of...more

Evolving State Supervision: Issues Arising From State Qualification Standards and "SAFE" Act Licensing, and Coordination with the...

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

In This Presentation: - Events That Changed Our World; And Yours Too! - Current Issues in Licensing - State Coordination With CFPB - The Path to Coordination - Responsibilities of the...more

Maine Moves Closer to Adopting the National SAFE MLO Test

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

Last month, Maine state lawmakers passed legislation that became law without Governor Paul LePage's signature that removed statutory language to facilitate the adoption of the Uniform State Test (UST) by the Maine Bureau of...more

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