CrossCheck Compliance LLC, headquartered in Chicago, is a nationwide consulting firm providing regulatory compliance, internal audit, fair lending, loan review, and litigation support services exclusively to the financial services industry. Our experts adeptly identify the needs and challenges of our clients, having held similar positions as compliance officers, internal auditors, general counsel, outside counsel, regulators, underwriters, and consultants. Through a combination of deep experience and financial services expertise we are able to tailor solutions that fit each client’s size, complexity, and business needs.
Our experts assist clients with successfully managing compliance risk. Whether consulting on specific regulatory requirements, review of your compliance program, or targeted assessments, we tailor engagements to meet your needs.
Our experienced internal audit consultants are prepared to assist you with full outsourcing of the internal audit function or targeted audits of operational or compliance risk areas. We can also assist you with audit function development, internal audit charter development, a firm-wide risk assessment, and development of a risk-based internal audit plan.
Our commercial loan review services are designed to assist clients with objectively identifying and quantifying portfolio risk and assessing the adequacy of processes for monitoring and addressing credit quality.
We help our clients identify and better understand the risk inherent in mortgage loan originations and acquisitions as well as other consumer loan products.
We partner with all the following types of clients:
Florida Bankers Association Consumer Compliance Seminar
Mollie Sudhoff, a manager in CrossCheck's regulatory compliance and internal audit practices moderated three sessions at the 33rd Annual Consumer Compliance Seminar, April 11-13, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. The first session was the Regulator Panel: Current Examination & Enforcement Focus, Findings & Expectations". The second was the "Florida Attorney Panel Potpourri: ADA, Collections, Florida TCPA, Litigation Update". The third was a "Compliance Officer Discussion Panel".Read More
MBA Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference
On Monday, April 30, 2018, at the MBA Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference in Los Angeles, California, Karen Cullen, director in CrossCheck's compliance and fair & responsible lending practices will be on a panel entitled Controlling the Narrative: Using Internal Data for Better Market Penetration.Read More
Texas Mortgage Bankers Association 102nd Annual Convention
On Tuesday, May 1, 2018, at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country, Todd Krell, managing director, will be moderating a panel on fraud for the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association. During this session, the panel will address the potential for the increase of fraud with the growth of electronic document processes.Read More
Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA) Lending Boot Camp
Heidi Wier, managing director, will be presenting on Lending Compliance at the WBA's Lending Boot Camp which is being held in Madison, Wisconsin May 15-17, 2018. Her topics include fair lending, HMDA, Regulation Z, Regulation X, flood insurance, SAFE Act, Regulation B, FACTA, FCRA and UDAAP.Read More
Financial Institutions Conference (FIC)
On Tuesday, May 8, 2018, at the Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield Hotel, Jim Treacy will be presenting a regulatory compliance update. Jim is a CPA and a director in CrossCheck's regulatory compliance and internal audit practices. His presentation will include a discussion of the current regulatory environment and recent regulatory changes impacting banks, including the July 2017 updates to the TRID requirements, Bank Secrecy Act - Beneficial Ownership, mortgage servicing and HMDA.Read More
Staffing Up for CMS
In this article, seen in the March-April issue of ABA Bank Compliance, Liza Warner, managing director, discusses how financial institutions of all sizes must continue to evolve their compliance teams to set the culture of compliance throughout the organization, resulting in a more effective Compliance Management System (CMS).Read More
Avoiding Surprises - Servicing Quality Assurance and Quality Control Monitoring Systems can be Management's Best Friend
This article was the cover story for the February 2018 issue of Mortgage Compliance Magazine. In the article, the co-author's Jim Shankle, managing director, and Bill Tyner, consultant, address why loan servicers should establish internal monitoring systems to provide ongoing feedback on critical servicing components.Read More
Preparing for the Unexpected - Housing Wire
In this article in the December 2017/January 2018 issue of Housing Wire, Jim Jorgensen, president, CEO and founder of CrossCheck Compliance, discusses how lenders can get in front of major risks through an enterprise risk management framework.Read More
Hot Tips for Regulatory/Compliance Pros - California Mortgage Finance News (CMFN)
This article is the latest in a series dealing with the issues facing the real estate finance industry. Each issue CMBA experts are asked for their thoughts on the issues at hand. In this issue of CMFN, Monika McCarthy, managing director and general counsel, participated in a roundtable discussion related to eMortgages, the utilization of technology to improve compliance efforts, and the biggest state compliance/regulatory challenges lenders/servicers will face in 2018.Read More
The Mortgage Servicing Rule - Are You Prepared?
Jim Shankle and Liza Warner, managing directors in CrossCheck's compliance/audit practice discuss the challenges faced by servicers in implementing the 2016 Servicing Rule. This article was originally seen as the cover story of the September-October 2017 issue of ABA Bank Compliance.Read More
What Is Your Time Worth?
In Mortgage Compliance Magazine, Todd Krell, managing director, Consumer Loan Review, discusses how organizations can have a more effective quality assurance program and achieve their cost-benefit objectives by factoring in both timing as well as pricing in the selection of a vendor.Read More
Best Practices for the Consumer Complaint Management Program
Learn more about how banks can more effectively meet their strategic business objectives and manage regulatory risk in this article by Liza Warner, managing director, published in ABA Bank Compliance.Read More
Why Mortgage Companies Should Embrace Internal Audit
April, 2016 by Heidi Wier and Liza Warner.Read More
Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA) Real Estate Compliance School
Heidi Wier, managing director, and Jim Treacy, director, taught at the WBA's Real Estate Compliance School held March 13-15, 2018. Their topics included Regulation Z and HMDA, the 2018 requirements and early lessons learned.Read More
Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA) Residential Lending School
Heidi Wier, managing director, taught compliance for residential mortgage lenders at the WBA's Mortgage Lending School on February 20, 2018. The topics she covered included ECOA (Regulation B), TILA/RESPA (Regulation Z), Ability to Repay and Qualified Mortgages, Fair Lending, HMDA (Regulation C) and the SAFE Act. Students gained the knowledge they need to be successful in this complex and highly competitive field.Read More
California MBA Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference 2017
Monika McCarthy, managing director and general gounsel, moderated the General Counsel Roundtable at this conference which was held on December 4 and 5 in Irvine, California.Read More
Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA) Compliance Forum
Heidi Wier, managing director, presented HMDA - The Recent Finalized Amendments. The Forum was held October 31, November 1 and November 2 at different locations in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA) - Deposit Compliance Alumni Update Seminar
On November 8th, Jim Treacy, director, addressed the Regulation CC changes. This seminar was geared specifically towards compliance officers.
Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA) Real Estate Compliance School
Heidi Wier, managing Director, and Jim Treacy, director, taught a class on Reg Z and TRID, and Heidi also taught a class on HMDA, at the WBA's Real Estate Compliance School on September 27th and 28th at the Wintergreen Resort & Conference Center in the Wisconsin Dells. This school was designed to provide attendees with a strong foundation on federal and state real estate lending laws.Read More
Compliance Essentials/CMCP Interactive Session: Common Help Desk and Operational Questions for Compliance Officers
On Sunday September 17th at the MBA's Regulatory Compliance Conference, Monika McCarthy, managing director & general counsel, spoke, along with H. Burton Embry, executive vice president & chief compliance officer, Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. This interactive session provided participants an opportunity to solve compliance problems and identify the tools and methods for solutions.Read More
Northern Illinois Compliance Association Workshop
Jim Treacy, director, presented Final TRID and Mortgage Servicing Clarifications on Friday, September 8th at the NICA workshop. Jim "clarified" the clarifications and technical amendments on the final TRID rule issued by the CFPB July 7th. He also discussed the impact of the final rules issued by the CFPB on August 4, 2016 amending certain mortgage servicing rules.
California Mortgage Bankers Association (CMBA) Western States Loan Servicing and Technology Conference
Jim Shankle, managing director in the Regulatory Compliance and Internal Audit practices, spoke on the servicing compliance panel at this conference which took place August 6-8th in San Diego, CA. Servicing related articles can be found in the Related Resources section of Regulatory Compliance. Also see the article entitled The Mortgage Servicing Rule - Are You Prepared?Read More
- Karen Cullen joins CrossCheck Compliance
- California Mortgage Bankers Association (CMBA) Member Profile
- Distinguishing Between a Real Internal Audit and an 'Imitation'
- California Mortgage Finance – Unprecedented Times Call for Unprecedented Leadership, Advice for General Counsel from General Counsel
- Preparing for CFPB Servicing Exams, Avoiding Common Mistakes With Servicing Transfers and Private Mortgage Insurance