MBA Premier Member Profile: Richey May

(One in a continuing series of profiles of Premier Members of the Mortgage Bankers Association.)

Richey May & Co., Englewood, Colo., is an accounting and business consulting firm, focused on the mortgage banking industry. Their diverse offerings include Audit, Tax, Accounting, Business Advisory and Technology Consulting. Founded in 1985, its specialized approach allows it to serve our clients at a high level, with many service leaders holding previous experience at mortgage companies.

In addition to the audit & tax services you may be familiar with, Richey May has worked hard to provide timely guidance on the CARES Act, FFCRA, PPP Loans and other issues that can affect accounting and operations caused by COVID-19. Cybersecurity, internal audit, mergers & acquisitions and subservicer oversight (including helping clients establish servicing or subservicing operations) have also played a key role in assisting mortgage companies through these challenging times.

Key Personnel

Jason Yetter – Managing Partner

Nathan Lee – Partner in Charge, Practice Growth

Jared Frost – Partner In Charge, Mortgage Banking Tax Services

Gina West – Tax Partner, Mortgage Banking

MBA NEWSLINK: What are some key trends your company is tracking?

Jason Yetter

JASON YETTER: As the mortgage industry consolidates and margins compress, our services are focused on staying ahead of this trend rather than reacting to it. Efficiencies are more important than ever, and we are dedicated to creating them through tax innovation, audits that focus on adding value and transformative technology and business advisory services.

NEWSLINK: Why did your company join the Mortgage Bankers Association?

JASON YETTER: Mortgage banking is the core industry we serve. MBA helps us stay connected to our clients and peers in the industry through events and thought leadership. MBA provides a good two-way communication channel: we can listen to industry leaders about their needs and communicate our service offerings that can help them improve their business. We are focused on meeting real needs, not creating additional “nice to haves” for our mortgage clients.

NEWSLINK: How has being an MBA Premier Member benefited your company?


The premier membership provides us additional communication opportunities at events, by serving on committees and having direct access to other members and the MBA’s helpful staff.

We are working to take better advantage of our membership benefits this year, as we have more dedicated resources within the company to engage with our benefits in addition to adding several service lines, which many of our clients or contacts in the industry may not be aware of.

(MBA Premier Member Profiles are a service provided by the Mortgage Bankers Association and MBA NewsLink as a service to MBA Premier Members. Publication does not constitute an endorsement of a particular company, product or service. For more information about the MBA Premier Member program, contact Rashida Holmes at or 202/557-2779.)