An Introduction to Fair Lending Marginal Effects for Financial Institutions
Some regulators have begun to incorporate a new risk measuring tool in their examinations called “marginal effects,” but it has been found that many fair lending and compliance officers are not only unaware that regulators use marginal effects, but are also unfamiliar with the methodology in general. In this webinar, learn how marginal effects differ from previous and more common risk measures, namely odds ratios and what some of the advantages are to using marginal effects instead of odds ratios.
Who Should Attend: Chief Compliance Officer, Fair Lending Officer, Compliance Analyst, Auditor
- Learn or improve understanding of what marginal effects are
- Know the differences between marginal effects and odds ratios
- Value the benefits provided by marginal effects: using same methodologies as regulators, reducing regulatory risk, and lowering manual review time and cost.
Arthur R. (Rick) Preiss, PhD.
President and Founder
Rick Preiss works with all sizes of financial institutions to perform custom fair lending risk assessments, mentor in-house fair lending modeling processes, and collaborate to maximize software value. Located in Lake Forest, Illinois, Preiss&Associates has been a full-service compliance consulting firm since 1992, serving clients nationwide. The company’s unrivaled fair lending expertise performing a wide variety of statistical fair lending analyses is utilized by financial institutions and law firms defending financial institutions. Risk areas covered include underwriting, pricing, and redlining for numerous credit products.
Philip B. Preiss
Manager – Consulting & Analytics
Phil Preiss directs the company’s use of statistical procedures to perform fair lending analyses, including assessing fair lending risks in underwriting, pricing, and redlining of various credit products. Before joining Preiss&Associates, Phil focused his career on developing logistics efficiency models for the transportation industry at Coyote Logistics. During his tenure at Coyote, the 2011 startup company grew to over $1 billion in revenue and was purchased by UPS. Phil’s work in developing models continues at Preiss&Associates as he applies his statistical and modeling acumen to fair lending analyses for the firm’s financial institution clients.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Overview
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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