Bank Regulatory & Governance

BRG professionals advise financial institutions regularly in addressing regulatory requirements and guidance, and in responding to specific agreements stipulating corrective actions.

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What We Do

Our regulatory consulting and advisory services include assisting financial institutions with defining plans, implementing solutions, providing advice, and resolving issues related to regulatory requirements and guidance.

Our experts have experience advising financial institutions, loan servicers, their parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, private equity, real estate firms, and key third-party service providers with respect to regulatory-related issues.

We consult with boards of directors to provide comprehensive analyses of the issues they confront, including integration, governance/oversight, and the ever-changing regulatory landscape. We provide solutions related to data quality and data governance that can be related to regulatory-related mandates, such as Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) compliance.

We assist in the execution of regulatory and bank-specific stress-testing activities.

Loan diligence and valuation services include buy-side bank M&A and target diligence, warehouse finance, acquisition support, and asset monitoring and surveillance. Bank regulatory services include implementation and support of capital-planning related issues, data validation and aggregation, Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL), the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), and valuation.

Who We Are

Our consultants include former bankers and regulators with high-level experience in today’s financial services industry. Our team members’ knowledge and skills are directly applicable to an institution’s risk and compliance programs. Our professionals also serve as advisors to banks and financial institutions in both single-asset and portfolio-level diligence and valuation services. Our expertise spans US and non-US banks, nonbank financial companies, mortgage companies, private equity, real estate firms, insurance companies, investment banks, and fintechs.

Clients range from global institutions to community banks and span across the various regulatory authorities.

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