MBA Honors Flagstar’s Travis Dyson, CMB, with 2022 Ken Markison Legacy Achievement Award

WASHINGTON D.C. The Mortgage Bankers Association presented its annual Ken Markison Legacy Achievement Award to Travis Dyson, CMB, of Flagstar Bank, Troy, Mich.

Travis Dyson, CMB

The award, announced at the MBA Regulatory Compliance Conference, recognizes individuals who have distinguished themselves in pursuit of the Certified Mortgage Compliance Professional (CMCP) certificate and designation program.

“Travis has had an impressive career as a mortgage professional and has shown a true commitment to helping others achieve success within MBA’s educational programs. I am honored to present him with this year’s Ken Markison Legacy Achievement Award,” said Bob Broeksmit, CMB, MBA President and CEO. “With over 20 years of experience in the real estate finance industry, Travis’ passion for knowledge and giving back to the industry through education and development is a key component of his desire to partner with MBA Education. Through his tremendous leadership skills, Travis has become a trusted expert within the compliance community, and I am thrilled to see him recognized for his efforts.”

In his current role as Vice President of Sales, Dyson oversees Idaho, Montana and Wyoming markets and is responsible for growth and strategic development of key business partners. Additionally, Dyson earned his Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB) designation, CMCP certificate and designation, and graduated from MBA’s Future Leaders program – all within 12 months.

Ken Markison

The Ken Markison Legacy Achievement Award was established in the name of Ken Markison, following his retirement from MBA in 2017. While at MBA, Markison was in the vanguard of educating members and was the principle architect behind MBA’s Compliance Essentials program. He is also nationally recognized as one of the leading experts in government housing regulations and led the efforts for industry input on “Know Before You Owe” or TRID, the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, loan officer compensation matters and countless other laws and regulations.

For more information on the CMCP certificate and designation program, click here.