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3 More Loan Software Compliance Best Practices That Every FI Should Consider

My car isn’t really that old, but it’s old enough to where I held my breath last month when I took it in for an emissions check so I could renew my registration. Luckily, it passed, and I didn’t have to visit my mechanic for needed repairs – unlike a friend of mine. She’s looking at a pretty hefty price tag before her car meets regulatory standards and her registration can be renewed.  Whether it’s your car or something much more serious like your financial institution’s loan software, finding the best solution to help meet regulatory standards as well as a trust-worthy provider can sometimes be harder than expected.
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Crucial Compliance Best Practices to Consider When Evaluating Loan Origination Systems

While digital lending, robust decisioning and cross-sell functionality are all atop most financial institutions’ list of priorities when evaluating loan origination systems that could properly fit with their goals, processes and strategies, regulatory compliance still finds its way into the mix – and rightfully so.  As regulatory pressures continue to mount, financial institutions need technology they can count on to help them meet compliance requirements and efficiently handle regulatory audits. Regardless of the system you choose in the end, here are three best practices your solution should satisfy that will ease the burden of regulatory compliance:
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A Closer Look at CECL Compliance and What's to Come

The 2008 financial crisis brought more attention to one crucial aspect of the financial system, which was the delay in the recognition of losses by financial institutions. At the peak of the crisis and under stressed conditions, it became clear that the methodologies and procedures in place at that time (and still in place today within some financial institutions) to estimate reserves resulted in inaccurate, underestimated and untimely allowances for losses.
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