14 Mar
2017

EMEA Regulatory Webinar: Mortgage Business Reporting – MLAR changes, Buy To Let Loan Level Data Collection


Details
Focus: Regulatory
Online / Dial-in without leaving your office/desk
FREE / Live presentation

Date
14 Mar, 2017
Time
10:30am (London - GMT) Duration - 1 Hour
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Are you interested in learning more about the PRA loan-level data collection and the impact this regulation will have on your Bank/Branch/Building Society/Investment Firm?

Would you like to know more about the current and potential future of the post-Brexit financial landscape?


The Mortgage Credit Directive (MCD) has come into force since 21 March 2016 and introduced an EU-wide framework of conduct rules for mortgage firms. FCA PS15/9 sets out final rules for implementation of MCD. MLAR, RMAR and PSD are amended to capture information on second charge mortgages.

On 29 April 2016, the Bank of England published a consultation on its proposals to collect loan-level buy-to-let lending data. On 29 September 2016, the Bank of England released its proposals on Phase 2 of collection. The data collection is intended to support the needs of the Monetary Policy Committee, the Financial Policy Committee and the PRA Board and therefore aims to combine Bank of England statistical and regulatory data requirements into one collection for the first time.

Join Lombard Risk’s 42nd  online regulatory update today to learn more from our regulatory expert, James Phillips, as we discuss key upcoming regulations and the inevitable need for more efficient automation, including:

  • Mortgage Credit Directive and the impact on reporting
  • The recent changes on MLAR
  • Incoming PRA Loan-level Data Collection for Buy-to-let: Why, what and when…

Delegates registering for this event are eligible to receive a copy of the presentation material, results of live on-line polls, and a summary of questions/answers that arise.

Presented by

james-phillipsJames Phillips – Global Director Regulatory Strategy

James is an industry expert on regulatory issues monitoring them on a global, regional and country/regulator basis through frequent interaction with regulatory groups and financial institutions. As a result, he fully understands financial services institutions’ operational procedures relating to internal and external monitoring and reporting demands.

Email: James.Phillips@lombardrisk.com / REGinfo@lombardrisk.com


Lombard Risk REG-Xperts are constantly monitoring the regulatory landscape, reading and interpreting the rules.

Ask our REG-Xperts a question in advance of the webinar by emailing REGinfo@lombardrisk.com

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