Britt Faircloth: Fairness in the Face of Crisis–Fair and Responsible Banking in the Midst of Chaos

As a compliance officer, I have always recognized that change is constant, and I accept that fact sometimes grudgingly. While regulatory change generally has ample implementation or lead time, March 2020 has brought a different kind of change; one that is significant, sudden and jarring. These days you can’t just ask who moved your cheese—assuming you could find cheese in the grocery store, that is—you must quickly and effectively adapt to an entirely new normal.

Britt Faircloth: Fairness in the Face of Crisis–Fair and Responsible Banking in the Midst of Chaos

As a compliance officer, I have always recognized that change is constant, and I accept that fact sometimes grudgingly. While regulatory change generally has ample implementation or lead time, March 2020 has brought a different kind of change; one that is significant, sudden and jarring. These days you can’t just ask who moved your cheese—assuming you could find cheese in the grocery store, that is—you must quickly and effectively adapt to an entirely new normal.

Britt Faircloth: Fairness in the Face of Crisis–Fair and Responsible Banking in the Midst of Chaos

As a compliance officer, I have always recognized that change is constant, and I accept that fact sometimes grudgingly. While regulatory change generally has ample implementation or lead time, March 2020 has brought a different kind of change; one that is significant, sudden and jarring. These days you can’t just ask who moved your cheese—assuming you could find cheese in the grocery store, that is—you must quickly and effectively adapt to an entirely new normal.

Britt Faircloth: Fairness in the Face of Crisis–Fair and Responsible Banking in the Midst of Chaos

As a compliance officer, I have always recognized that change is constant, and I accept that fact sometimes grudgingly. While regulatory change generally has ample implementation or lead time, March 2020 has brought a different kind of change; one that is significant, sudden and jarring. These days you can’t just ask who moved your cheese—assuming you could find cheese in the grocery store, that is—you must quickly and effectively adapt to an entirely new normal.

Britt Faircloth: Fairness in the Face of Crisis–Fair and Responsible Banking in the Midst of Chaos

As a compliance officer, I have always recognized that change is constant, and I accept that fact sometimes grudgingly. While regulatory change generally has ample implementation or lead time, March 2020 has brought a different kind of change; one that is significant, sudden and jarring. These days you can’t just ask who moved your cheese—assuming you could find cheese in the grocery store, that is—you must quickly and effectively adapt to an entirely new normal.

Reggora’s Brian Zitin Discusses Appraisal Technology

Brian Zitin is Co-Founder and CEO of Reggora, Boston. Reggora is an appraisal technology company that gives mortgage lenders and real estate appraisers two-sided software that streamlines the appraisal process. The firm’s software automates manual processes from automatic order allocation to comprehensive quality control, freeing up time and decreasing costs for both parties.

Reggora’s Brian Zitin Discusses Appraisal Technology

Brian Zitin is Co-Founder and CEO of Reggora, Boston. Reggora is an appraisal technology company that gives mortgage lenders and real estate appraisers two-sided software that streamlines the appraisal process. The firm’s software automates manual processes from automatic order allocation to comprehensive quality control, freeing up time and decreasing costs for both parties.

Reggora’s Brian Zitin Discusses Appraisal Technology

Brian Zitin is Co-Founder and CEO of Reggora, Boston. Reggora is an appraisal technology company that gives mortgage lenders and real estate appraisers two-sided software that streamlines the appraisal process. The firm’s software automates manual processes from automatic order allocation to comprehensive quality control, freeing up time and decreasing costs for both parties.

Bill Neville of LoanLogics on Regtech and Data Analytics: Past, Present and Future

Bill Neville is CEO of LoanLogics, Trevose, Pa., responsible for overseeing all company operations, technology and software development, and leading the strategies that continue the company’s growth as a regtech technology provider. In addition to his executive role, he is also a member of LoanLogics’ Board of Directors.

Stanley C. Middleman: Are Non-banks Really a Systemic Risk?

The Financial Stability Oversight Council issued its annual report in December where it identified the growth of nonbank mortgage origination and servicing as a risk to the U.S. financial system. But is this really correct?