CRA & HMDA Submission Headquarters
Helpful Documentation from the Regulators
- HMDA 2020 Reporting Requirements
- “Guide to HMDA Reporting: Getting it Right!” – 2020 Edition
- 2020 Asset Size Threshold Adjustments Under HMDA (Regulation C)
- A Guide to CRA Data Collection and Reporting
- Creating a HMDA DF Submission File (Video)
- Creating a HMDA DF Submission File with HMDA Exemption Status (Video)
- Creating a CRA Submission File (Video)
- 2020 CRA Wiz Submission Guide
HMDA Wiz & CRA Wiz SaaS
Test Drive the Next Generation of Web Map
In 2020, Wolters Kluwer and Policy Map partnered to upgrade Web Map functionality in Wiz solutions. In addition to general Policy Map platform upgrades, Wolters Kluwer has invested in customizing the Wiz user experience to make it more specific to the needs of users performing CRA, HMDA, and fair lending analysis.
Beginning on Thursday, December 10th, 2020, licensed Wiz users will have access to two versions of Web Map; the current version they use today, and a beta version that will provide a preview of exciting enhancements that will be released in Q1 2021. Wiz users can create maps in either version but should note that the beta version is still “under construction” and in some instances key functionality may not be available. An example of this is the ability to save your work. Saved map functionality is on the 2021 product roadmap.
Wolters Kluwer is providing users access to the beta version of Web Map so they can practice and familiarize themselves with the updated version in advance of its go-live date. In Q1 2021, Wolters Kluwer will formally transition users to the new version. At that time, the version of Web Map that you use today will no longer be available. As part of this transition, your institution’s saved maps, custom areas, Wiz assessment areas, and data files will be seamlessly migrated to the new version.
Users accustomed to using the Web Map will transition easily to the new platform. As previously communicated, Wolters Kluwer hosted a complimentary webinar on December 14th, 2020 to review the changes and enhancements that can be expected in the new version. Materials for this presentation are available for download: