Matt Goble is currently a Senior Compliance Advisor for the Temenos Compliance Services. As part of the Compliance Team, he advises over 700 institutions on federal regulatory compliance. Matt formerly served as a Compliance Officer for a large community bank in North Alabama. He first started off with a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting degree from Huntingdon College and then continued his education earning a Masters of Business Administration from Troy University.
Latest articles from Matt Goble
Senior Compliance Advisor Matt Goble discusses the importance of documenting a mortgage customer's intent to proceed correctly.
As I have discussed in previous articles, the October 1st mandatory compliance date for the 2017 TRID Rule is quickly approaching.
The Federal Trade Commission created the National Do-Not-Call Registry in 2003.
Regardless of the size or nature of your financial institution, you must maintain documentation of an effective appraisal and evaluation program
Let’s talk about your RCMP … that is, your Regulatory Compliance Management Program. Whatever acronym you use – or official title you give it – every financial institution needs a…
One of the several components of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) is the requirement to establish a permissible purpose before pulling an individual's credit report.
Since the implementation of the TRID Rule in October 2015, the mortgage industry has been plagued by a concept that has become known as the "Black Hole".
The one thing that seems to remain consistent in the world of federal compliance regulation is the fact that it consistently seems to be changing.
Since the implementation of the Know Before You Owe TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) Rule in October 2015, we have all seen our fair share of challenges with the new disclosures.