On Wednesday, March 25, 2015, Travis Nelson, of Reed Smith’s Princeton and New York offices, will give his annual lecture at the New Jersey Bankers Association’s Compliance University. This year Travis will focus on recent developments and trends in examinations and enforcement, covering a cross-section of topics, including proposed changes to the federal mortgage servicing rules, the CFPB’s focus on furnishers of consumer report information, recent interpretations of the Dodd-Frank Act’s “abusive” practices standard, agency expectations as to third-party oversight, strategies for dealing with examiner requests, among other topics.
Each year Compliance University draws in-house counsel, compliance officers, consultants, and service providers, from throughout New Jersey and the region. If you have not registered for Compliance University and would like to attend, visit the New Jersey Bankers Association’s website. If you are interested in a program on the above issues tailored for the specific needs and concerns of your institution, please contact Travis directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at +1 609 524 2038.
Travis P. Nelson is a member of Reed Smith’s Financial Services Regulatory Group, and a co-leader of the firm’s Financial Institutions Enforcement and Investigations Task Force, resident in the New York and Princeton offices. Travis is formerly an Enforcement Counsel with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, U.S. Treasury Department, and regularly represents clients in government enforcement actions. Travis is also adjunct faculty at Villanova Law School, where he teaches Financial Institutions Regulation, is the editor-in-chief of the ABA’s Banking Law Committee Journal, and is a member of the board of the Banking Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association.