Posts Tagged ‘Ed Wilmesherr’

Quantitative exams give clearer picture of loan pricing

by Published: November 21,2010

Tags: Brandon Roberts, Ed Wilmesherr

Regression modeling gives insight into maintaining lending fairness An evolution of sorts has been occurring the past several years in how banking regulators monitor banks for compliance with federal fair lending laws. While they have become more stringent in compliance examinations over the last five years, regulators have also expanded the factors they weigh in […] [...]

Task force examines discrimination pitfalls

by Published: November 21,2010

Tags: Ed Wilmesherr, Mississippi Regulatory Compliance Group

Mississippi Regulatory Compliance Group seeks to help banks establish coherence and consistency in lending A task force of about 60 banks, mostly from Mississippi, is wrapping up work on strategies designed to keep banks out of hot water over lending practices. The Mississippi Regulatory Compliance Group, which has been working in concert with the Memphis-based […] [...]

Butler Snow attorneys honored

Fifty-four attorneys from Butler, Snow, O’Mara, Stevens & Cannada, PLLC, have been named to Best Lawyers in America 2010. In addition, the firm ranked first in Mississippi, received 77 total listings, and was honored in 29 practice areas. Attorneys recognized from Butler Snow’s Jackson office are Phil Abernethy, Paula Ardelean, Lucien Bourgeois, Michael Caples, Don […] [...]

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