Register today to reserve your spot at our May General Meeting. Robert Cardwell, Managing Director at FIS will be presenting: “Keeping Up With TRID & Looking Forward to TILA/RESPA Changes.”

Robert Cardwell brings more than 25 years of compliance experience to FIS clients as Managing Director of the Consumer Finance & Fair Banking group for FIS Enterprise Governance, Risk & Compliance Solutions. He advises financial institutions on a wide variety of regulatory compliance issues and best practices for risk management. His specific regulatory compliance expertise lies in mortgage banking, credit card lending, RESPA/TILA reform, CRA compliance, anti-money laundering and consumer privacy. Robert is also a frequent trainer for the CFPB and various state banking associations.

Robert was a Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, and BSA Officer for a diversified financial services company and its two depository institutions where he was responsible for development, implementation, and administration of a comprehensive compliance management system and Bank Secrecy Act compliance program, as well as design and delivery of compliance training, monitoring, and analysis of regulatory changes, and the management of regulatory compliance, and safety and soundness examinations by the FDIC, OCC and state banking departments. Previously, he served as assistant general counsel for a large California thrift, as a licensed mortgage banker in New Jersey and as a senior attorney for the Resolution Trust Corporation during the savings and loan crisis.

Register today to reserve your spot at our March General Meeting. Richard Harvey, Jr. , Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer at Colonial Savings will be discussing Compliance Management.

Richard H. Harvey, Jr., is an experienced executive level Compliance leader and a noted expert in developing and implementing risk-based Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering programs for various types of financial institutions. Richard currently serves as the Chief Compliance Officer for Colonial Savings. Prior to joining Colonial, he served as the Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel for two start-up money transmission services companies – Skrill USA and Omney Inc.

Richard is a graduate of the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law. He served as an enforcement and Litigation attorney with the Office of Thrift Supervision from 1986 to 1993. Richard joined Chevy Chase Bank in 1995 and served as the Bank’s Chief Compliance Officer and Chief Privacy Officer until 2002. In 2002, he joined E*TRADE Bank as Director, Chief Compliance Officer. In 2003, Richard joined Washington Mutual Bank and served as First Vice President, Regulatory Analysis Manager. In 2004, he joined Silicon Valley Bank as a Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer and in 2006 Richard served as a Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer for Rabobank, NA.

In 2001, Richard testified on behalf of the ABA before the House of Representatives Banking Committee concerning financial institutions’ efforts to combat identity theft.

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Register today to reserve your spot for our special HMDA panel comprised of Beverly Donawho, VP/CRA Officer with the American National Bank of Texas, Leonard Ryan, founder and president of QuestSoft, and Art Khan with the FDIC, and moderated by Gene Collett, DACA VP of Programs. This very special session will last until 1:30, so be sure to plan accordingly.

Beverly Donawho, The American National Bank of Texas
Beverly Donawho is Vice Presi-dent and CRA Officer at Ameri-can National Bank of Texas. Her current responsibilities include the bank’s CRA Program, HMDA Data Management, and Fair Lending Analysis – and her cur-rent role include significant re-sponsibility for new HMDA imple-mentation and readiness. She has served in multiple roles in her 15 years at the bank, including Production Support and Credit Administration.

Leonard Ryan, QuestSoft Corporation
Leonard Ryan is Founder and President of QuestSoft Corpora-tion, a provider of automated com-pliance review software for the mortgage industry. Since the com-pany’s founding in 1995, he con-tinues to oversee strategic plan-ning and the day-to-day operations for the company. Under Ryan’s leadership, QuestSoft has re-ceived Mortgage Technology’s Top 50 Service Provider Award since 2009. He is a major compli-ance software leader, a member of both MBA HMDA and NMLS Mort-gage Call Report working groups, and is a frequent speaker at trade association and mortgage soft-ware vendor conferences.

Art Khan, FDIC
Art began his examiner career in the Chicago-South Field Office in 1991. He later rose to the posi-tion of Review Examiner in the Chicago Regional Office in 1996. In 2007, Art assumed the position of Field Supervisor of the Kentucky Territory. In 2011, Art assumed the position of Assistant Regional Director in the Dallas Region. He is responsible for the compliance examinations of state non-member banks in the States of Texas, Colorado, and New Mexico. In addition to examining banks, Art has also worked with and assisted Community Affairs within the regions as well as in the Washington Office.

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