This Webinar is designed to provide your financial institution and lenders with the essential facts and rules necessary to have a clear understanding of the Wisconsin Consumer Act (WCA) and Wisconsin’s Marital Property Act (MPA.)
Wisconsin Consumer Act (WCA)
- Understand the purpose and coverage of the WCA
- Recognize what you can charge and the limits on charges of the WCA
- Understand the disclosure requirements of the WCA
- Understand WCA information included in loan documents
Wisconsin’s Marital Property Act (MPA)
- Understand the background and purpose of Wisconsin’s MPA
- Recognize the classification of property owned by spouses
- Recognize the concept of “management and control”
- Understand the disclosure requirements of Wisconsin’s MPA
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Bank legal counsel, branch managers, personal bankers, loan processors, loan officers, loan support personnel, and anyone who participates in the consumer lending process at your bank.
Scott Birrenkot, Assistant Director – Legal, Wisconsin Bankers Association
Scott Birrenkott provides WBA members with current information on the banking industry’s constantly changing regulatory, legislative, and judicial requirements. Scott is a frequent contributor to WBA publications and comment letters, and regularly presents at WBA educational programs. In addition, Scott actively assists the WBA Government Relations Department by reviewing and drafting legislation. Scott received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, and his J.D. from Marquette University Law School. He is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin.
Hiriam Bradley, Assistant Director – Compliance, Wisconsin Bankers Association
Hiriam Bradley provides WBA members with current information on the banking industry’s constantly changing regulatory, legislative, and judicial requirements. Hiriam is also a regular contributor to WBA Compliance Journal and presenter at WBA education programs. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Marquette University, and his J.D. from Marquette University Law School. He is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin.
Originally recorded on August 15, 2017.
The fee for this recorded webinar is $275 plus Tax. This registration fee includes one-year access to the On-Demand webinar.
Handout materials will be available for download within the webinar presentation window.
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