Minnesota CLE - Finance and Banking Courses

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  • Mortgage Mayhem: What Attorneys Need to Know About Loan Applicant Protections

    The most confusing, time consuming, stressful and infrequent transaction your clients will face is purchasing a home. Because of this, most consumers simply check-out and become overly-reliant on the loan officer to protect their interests. Consumers say, “Let the experts handle it. I’m here for the coffee.” This is a mistake. A home loan is a “zero-sum” game for the loan officer – either the loan closes or it doesn’t. There is a commission or there isn’t. As a result, some loan officers stack... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: It's Growing, So Make Sure Your Clients are Covered

    The passage of the Anti-Money Laundering Act (“AMLA”) brought sweeping changes to the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter-Terrorist Financing (CTF) legislative regime in the United States. Parts of the AMLA are still being put into force, including coverage of entities not traditionally included, updated priorities for financial institutions, the Beneficial Ownership Registry, and others. Legal practitioners may have to address these new challenges for clients who are now being bro... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Consumer Chapter 7 & 13 Bankruptcy: What Attorneys Need to Know About Conducting a Consult

    This introductory CLE course provides valuable tools and tips for conducting a thorough, well-organized consumer bankruptcy consult which will assist the attorney in thoroughly analyzing the case and educating the client about the differences in Chapter 7 and 13 and why one might be better for them than the other. It highlights helpful tools and sample visual aids to keep the consult on track, maximize the information obtained from the client, and allow clients to clearly follow the an... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Safeguarding Your Business & Investment Clients with Proactive Asset Protection & Estate Planning

    An effective Asset Protection & Estate Planning Program for Business & Investment Clients should address family and legacy considerations, complete asset protection and tax optimization simultaneously. In addition, it should be easy to use, capable of expanding through time to embrace growth in your clients’ business and investment portfolios, and it should be capable of being examined in the sunlight without legal concerns. And finally, it should be fully integrated so that all of y... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Commercial Pace, The New Kid On The Block: The Legal Framework For A New Form Of Commercial Real Estate Financing

    Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing (C-PACE) is one of the newest financial tools for property owners and developers in the country. Offering lower interest and longer terms with a super-priority lien, it behaves like a muni bond but can be put into a capital stack. Find out the legal ins and outs of how this is enabled, its legal structure and status, and how you can put it to work for your clients, whether they be private owners, developers, banks, or local governmen... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Avoiding Liability Under The FDCPA

    The material presented in this seminar is intended to provide the audience with an overview of some of the key areas of compliance regarding a third-party debt collector’s use of debt collection communications via the telephone and in writing. Recently, the collection industry has been confronted by increasing regulatory oversight and enforcement actions by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”), as well as an awaking of the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) and Federal Comm... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Overhaul of Regulatory Capital Requirements Proposed By US Banking Regulators

    The US federal banking regulators have jointly proposed extensive revisions to the regulatory capital requirements for [midsize and] larger US banking organizations. The revisions are lengthy and would change the requirements for credit, market, and operational risk. Some of the revisions are long-expected (e.g., re-evaluation of use of internal models), but others are novel (e.g., capital charge for operational risk) or driven in response to the recent banking crisis. Further, the rev... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • The Case Against Tipper X

    lmagine the following: lt is the morning of a normal workday for you and millions of others who live in New York City. You go to the gym for a workout and run some errands before heading to the office. Unexpectedly, two FBI agents approach you on the sidewalk, flash their badges - in public view - and begin questioning you about activity at your job. The agents begin spitting out details about your personal life - they know where you were last weekend, they know private details about your famil... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • What If the Government Doesn’t Save My Client’s Bank? Preparing For the Next Bank Crisis

    Recent crisis in the banking system has resulted in several failures and a loss of confidence among depositors. While extraordinary intervention by the government and private sector protected uninsured depositors, owners and debtholders lost everything. Further, there is no expectation that the government will even protect uninsured depositors if another bank fails. In this CLE course, a regulatory partner at a prominent law firm will take a hard look at the recent trauma in the banki... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Complexities of Acquiring Control: Where the Fed’s Control Rule Meets Other Regulatory Definitions

    The Federal Reserve finalized revisions to its approach for determining whether one company has control over another for purposes of the Bank Holding Company Act and the Home Owners’ Loan Act, as amended. While in many respects the final rule codified the Fed’s existing control standards, it also introduced new concepts and raised critical questions about the industry should implement the rule in practice. Over the last two years the industry has grappled with how to apply these revisi... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits

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