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 fair lending team can support your fair lending needs by providing advisory, consulting, and audit services to address and recommend solutions for fair lending risk management and Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) data integrity.
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:
In this article, published in the Summer 2020 issue of ACUMA Pipeline, Patti Katzban and Liza Warner discuss the best practices for credit unions in vetting financial technology partners (fintechs) to optimize the overall mortgage experience. There are many risks to consider and decisions to be made. Learn more about the key considerations from these… Read more »Read More
In the July/August issue of ABA Bank Compliance, Mollie Newsome Sudhoff discusses compliance monitoring in the time of COVID-19. Learn more about the best practices in keeping pace with change, especially in some of the key impact areas.Read More
In the July/August issue of ABA Bank Compliance, Heidi Wier discusses how auditors can partner with compliance, while still maintaining independence, ease the impact of ongoing regulatory changes and emerging issues such as COVID-19, increase audit effectiveness and add additional value to the organization.Read More
In this article published in the May/June 2020 issue of ABA Bank Compliance, Tracey Levandoski, CRCM, describes how banks can help their fintech partners develop an effective path to building a compliance infrastructure. She addresses the various points of the “journey” to the destination of a fully functional compliance management system (CMS) that meets the… Read more »Read More
In this new ABA Bank Compliance article, Fair Lending Audit – Seeing the Forest for the Trees, Liza Warner discusses how a fair lending internal audit helps an institution gain a clear and objective understanding of fair lending compliance risk. As a key area of regulatory scrutiny, and one that garners a lot of public… Read more »Read More
- Quality Control Consultant Position Available
- CrossCheck Compliance Added to Kroll Bond Rating Agency List
- Sovereign – CrossCheck Compliance Agreement
- Debbi Roberts Announcement
- Karen Cullen joins CrossCheck Compliance
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Past Speaking Engagements
- Subprime Auto Market Webinar
- California Mortgage Bankers Association (California MBA) Podcast
- Common Compliance Findings – TRID and Beyond
- Emerging from Quarantine: Unmasking Key Considerations for Small Dollar Lenders
- Fair Lending Webinar – CFPB’s Focus on Redlining and Marketing Discrimination