Adapting to CFPB Regulation Guidelines

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 62 minutes
Recorded Date: May 22, 2019
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1:15 pm - 2:15 pm
  • Regulatory overview
  • Examples of recent changes
  • Regulatory change process
  • CFPB Enforcement
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: May 22, 2019


Most finance & insurance organizations are moving ahead with their risk and compliance initiatives, even as regulatory uncertainty poses significant and ongoing challenges. Lawmakers and regulators are striving to make necessary changes and updates to applicable laws and regulations, which financial services providers are expected to comply with going forward, however in some areas, the requirements aren’t yet so clear.

In this session, GCs will discuss the impacts of rules enacted by the CFPB with regards to consumer transparency and fraud protection, and what they mean for their organizations. Panelists will share procedures for streamlining procedures to adapt to CFPB regulations, and strategies for compliance moving forward.

This program was recorded as part of ALM and Corporate Counsel's 19th Annual SuperConference held on May 22nd, 2019.

Provided By



Katherine Haennicke

Managing Director, Regulatory Affairs

Katherine is the Managing Director at CIBC US. She has experience in leading the analysis and management of advanced litigation, vendor management, OFAC/Sanctions, anti-money laundering, regulatory compliance and numerous other areas of laws/regulations. She delivers well rounded knowledge, top level strategies, and overall leadership to meet the needs of the internal business partners.

Markena Peavy

VP, Compliance Advisory Program Manager
MB Financial Bank

Markena Peavy is a Vice President Compliance Advisory Program Manager at MB Financial Bank, N.A. headquartered in Rosemont IL. She oversees a team of compliance advisors that supports the bank’s consumer lending business units in the areas of Consumer Lending, Indirect Lending, Consumer Loan Documentation, Private Banking, Loan Servicing, Default Administration, and the Mortgage Division. She has also worked extensively in the area of federal compliance and on litigation matters as outside counsel for various financial institutions.

Markena has held multiple compliance positions at financial institutions and a non-bank mortgage servicer prior to joining MB Financial – as Compliance Attorney with Dovenmuehle Mortgage Company, Mortgage Resolution Specialist with Bank of America N.A., and Legal Analyst with J.P. Morgan Chase. Her experience also includes representing financial institutions on litigated matters in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana as an associate attorney with Crouch and Ramey in Dallas, TX.

She earned her J.D. in 2012 from DePaul University College of Law, Chicago, IL and her B.A. in 2003 from Miami University of Oxford, Ohio. She was admitted to the bar of the State of Texas in 2012 and the State of Illinois in 2015.

Jacqueline Jackson

General Counsel, Director of Risk, Compliance & Wealth Mgmt
Century Federal Credit Union

Jackie Jackson has worked in the financial services industry for over 20 years, primarily in the areas of customer/member services, legal, regulatory compliance management and risk assessment for regional banks and credit unions. She currently serves as the Director of Risk and Compliance for Century Federal Credit Union, and is responsible for overall administration and management of the Credit Union’s Risk Management and Loss Prevention, Legal, BSA, Security, and Wealth Management Programs, ensuring the credit union maintains adequate operational risk, that the credit union is in full compliance with all state and federal agency rules and regulations, including NCUA and CFPB, and internal policies and procedures. She monitors and analyzes developing trends and changes in regulatory compliance laws, rules and regulations, and advises Senior Management and Board of operational and compliance impart of such trends and changes, making recommendations to reduce risk exposure.

Prior to joining Century Federal, Jackie served as a Compliance Manager for Allegiant Mutual Funds and Allegiant Investment Advisory Services, as an Investment Portfolio Manager in PNC Bank’s Wealth Management Group, and in private legal practice in Ohio.

Amanda Daeges

Assistant General Counsel
US Bank

Amanda Daeges is Vice President and Assistant General Counsel for U.S. Bank. In her current role, Amanda supports U.S. Bank’s retail and wholesale mortgage divisions as mortgage origination attorney. She provides legal counsel related to the origination of mortgages through the Bank’s retail, correspondent, and HFA channels by advising on regulatory matters, product development, loan documentation, credit underwriting, and dispute resolution. She also serves as Chair for the U.S. Bank Law Division Diversity and Inclusion Council and is the current Chair of the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Legal and Regulatory Compliance Committee.

Prior to her current position, Amanda served as a consumer regulatory attorney at U.S. Bank and as Associate Counsel at the Minnesota Bankers Association.

Amanda received her B.S. in Business Administration with honors from the University of South Dakota and her J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law. She is also a 2018 graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington.

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