In collaboration with the Mississippi Bankers Association, the American Bankers Association Foundation is accepting donations to aid relief efforts in the aftermath of the destruction caused by severe storms late on March 24.
Browsing: Disparate impact
The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced today that it will re-codify the 2013 disparate impact rule, saying the rule “is more consistent with how the Fair Housing Act has been applied in the courts and in front of the agency for more than 50 years.”
The American Bankers Association and three other banking and mortgage groups today warned that re-codifying the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2013 disparate impact rule would run afoul of binding Supreme Court precedent.
As banks move to responsibly integrate artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities into their business processes, the American Bankers Association this week urged regulators to focus on providing greater clarity around the use of AI and ensuring that there is a consistent regulatory standard for its use across all financial services providers.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development last week proposed to recodify its 2013 discriminatory effects rule.
Federal agencies on Friday announced updates to their rulemaking agendas. Items on the agendas and…
In an executive order issued today, President Biden directed the Department of Housing and Human Services to review the effects of a September 2020 rule that revised HUD’s standard for bringing disparate impact claims under the Fair Housing Act.
Building a robust fair lending program and demonstrating compliance is not easy, but merely avoiding unlawful credit discrimination doesn’t need to be the ultimate goal. Here are ways for compliance professionals to promote equity and financial inclusion.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development today finalized its revised standard for bringing “disparate impact” claims under the Fair Housing Act.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today issued a request for information seeking on ways to create a regulatory environment that expands access to credit and ensures consumers and communities are protected from discrimination in all aspects of credit transactions.