Buckley’s Covid‑19 Regulatory Tracker is an interactive, web-based resource that gives legal and compliance professionals comprehensive surveys tailored to their needs, saving time by filtering hundreds of irrelevant notices and alerts.
Regulators, government agencies, and officials at all levels are moving faster than they ever have in hopes of mitigating economic fallout from the Covid‑19 pandemic, and companies in the midst of financial uncertainty now find they must expend substantial legal, compliance, and licensing resources to keep up with fast-changing rules of the road.
Buckley LLP has moved quickly to address this need with its Covid‑19 Regulatory Tracker: an interactive, web-based repository that catalogs new federal and state requirements and expectations for banks, lenders, servicers, collection agencies, and other financial services companies. Attorneys and legal professionals at Buckley and APPROVED call upon decades of industry experience to monitor the ongoing flood of these regulatory developments, distilling lengthy announcements into concise summaries to help you quickly identify the guidance that applies to you.
Summaries are tagged and uploaded daily into a subscription-based database developed in partnership with Winnow, Buckley’s proprietary regtech compliance solution. The intuitive, online interface is built to quickly search, filter, and yield results tailored by:
- Institution type: Chartered or licensed, depository or nondepository
- Regulatory body: Federal financial regulator or state
- Guidance type: Licensing (e.g., work from home, reporting, branch/office closure), origination, servicing, loan modification/loss mitigation, collection, foreclosure, and other relief
- Guidance level: Whether guidance is “encouraged” or “required”
- Product: Consumer loans (including filters for mortgage, auto, and student loans), commercial loans, unsecured loans, or other types of financial transactions
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California-related guidance is available outside of the paywall to provide a preview of the tracker’s content and functionality.