CBA Welcomes CFPB’s Statement on TRID Compliance Challenge


Washington, D.C. – Richard Hunt, President and CEO of the Consumer Bankers Association (CBA), released the following statement in response to today’s news from CFPB Director, Richard Cordray, that the Bureau’s enforcement will be sensitive to those mortgage lenders seeking to comply in good faith with the CFPB’s TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) regulation:

“As the industry approaches the date for transition to the new mortgage disclosure rule, we applaud the Director’s decision finally to recognize good faith compliance efforts, but we believe even greater protection from liability is warranted.  This is a colossal undertaking dependent on timely deliverables from outside vendors which requires significant testing and training.  Our members have worked diligently to meet the deadline in order to not delay consumers’ access to credit.  Ultimately, we all share the Bureau’s goal of achieving a more streamlined consumer experience in mortgage origination,” said CBA’s President and CEO Richard Hunt.

Background:  Director Cordray also indicated the Bureau will be issuing a one-page clarification concerning the three-day revocation period.

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