NAILTA Continues Fight on Vetting

The National Association of Independent Land Title Agents (NAILTA) has joined with the Escrow Institute of California (EIC) and American Escrow Association (AEA) to participate in the Consumer Mortgage Coalition (CMC) in an effort to address third party vetting issues. The CMC is a coalition of trade organizations from the banking and finance sectors which…

NAILTA Provides CFPB with Supplemental Guidance for Vetting Companies

The National Association of Independent Land Title Agents (NAILTA) met with officials from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on October 1, 2012 to discuss CFPB Bulletin 2012-03, the Service Provider Bulletin and third party vetting companies.  As a result of that meeting, NAILTA’s Policy and Legal Affairs Committee decided to prepare a comprehensive supplemental…

NAILTA responds to Secure Settlements, Inc – White Paper Response

Secure Settlements, Inc. provided a response to NAILTA’s white paper entitled, “Third Party Vetting Companies: Are they Legal or Necessary?”. In the letter, SSI argues that its vetting process, although not regulated by any administrative authority and not a test of agency competence, complies with the standards established by CFPB in its Bulletin 2012-03. SSI…

Escrow Institute of California releases agent vetting white paper

The Escrow Institute of California issues their white paper on the topic of title agent vetting. The paper outlines the group’s position against third-party vetting companies like Secure Settlements, Inc., arguing that escrow agents in California are subject to more than sufficient regulatory oversight already. Escrow Institute of California Secure Settlements is a third party…