Buckley Webcast: From there to here – Anticipating comparative redlining claims
The Biden administration is widely expected to make diversity, equity, and inclusion a centerpiece of consumer financial services regulation. Many financial institutions will likely devote additional resources to monitoring and assessing fair lending risk, anticipating less margin for error and tougher penalties for failing to identify risks.
Join members of Buckley’s fair lending practice in the coming weeks for short, targeted sessions — part of our “Foresight 20/21” webcast series — as they show how institutions can manage risks across various product types and bolster their fair lending risk management programs to get ready for 2021 and beyond.
First up was a look at redlining: “Anticipating comparative redlining claims,” in which Buckley partners Jonice Gray Tucker and Josh Kotin discussed recent trends in understanding redlining risk and steps to consider now to mitigate that risk.
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About the series
Keep an eye out for future webcasts covering:
- Mortgage origination
- Nonmortgage products (auto, small business, credit card, and student loans)
- Fair Lending Program Tune-Up
- Mortgage servicing and LEP
- The Community Reinvestment Act
Please get in touch with Buckley events manager Aymila Parks to suggest topics, or for any questions about this series.