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  • Description
    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), created as a response to reforms needed to prevent financial collapses such as that of 2008, is a new and independent regulator for all federal consumer protection laws. This CLE course will explain the mission of the CFPB, the statutes that it regulates, its structure and history and its impact on the lending and settlement services industries. This includes areas such as Qualified Mortgages, underwriting factors in ATR evaluations, Marketing Services Agreements, RESPA, TRID and much more. Dan Wold is Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Old Republic National Title Insurance Company. Dan has also served as chairperson of ALTA’s TRID Task Force since 2009.
  • Instructor Bio

    Daniel Wold

    Daniel M. Wold is Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary of Old Republic National Title Insurance Company in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He manages the Corporate Legal Department’s underwriting, regulatory and transaction groups. He also provides legal advice on bankruptcy underwriting and regulatory issues (including RESPA and the CFPB), and advises and assists in the handling of a wide range of corporate matters, including general corporate contracts and issues, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other corporate transactions, and employment law issues. He is active in the American Land Title Association, and has served: 1) as Chairperson of ALTA’s RESPA Reform Task Force since 2009 (which is now called ALTA’s TRID Task Force); 2) on the ALTA’s Title Insurance Underwriter’s Section Executive Committee since October of 2013; and 3) on the ALTA’s Board of Governors since October of 2015.

    He was formerly a partner of Hughes, Thorsness, Powell, Huddleston & Bauman LLC of Anchorage, Alaska, with a practice emphasizing bankruptcy, real estate, banking law, and commercial litigation. He is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association and its Bankruptcy Section. He formerly served as co-editor of the Bankruptcy Bulletin, which is a publication of the Minnesota State Bar Association Bankruptcy Section. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Minnesota Law School.