RMQA21: Risk Managers Weigh In

WASHINGTON, D.C.–Risk managers worked hard to maintain operations, employee morale and productivity when the pandemic hit, top risk management executives said during the recent Mortgage Bankers Association Risk Management, QA and Fraud Prevention Forum 2021.

MBA Live – Risk Management, QA and Fraud Prevention Forum Sept. 28-29

The Mortgage Bankers Association’s Risk Management, QA and Fraud Prevention Forum, taking place through MBA Live Sept. 28-29, is the largest annual event for mortgage professionals in the risk, quality control, underwriting and fraud prevention divisions of residential mortgage firms across the country.

Murali Tirupati: Reducing Loan Defect Risks with Mortgage Document Automation

In this article, we will analyze the bottlenecks due to a manual & paper intensive process that lead to loan defects. Based on this understanding, we will investigate the key business risks from such loan defects and how automation can play a role in mitigating these risks.

Murali Tirupati: Reducing Loan Defect Risks with Mortgage Document Automation

In this article, we will analyze the bottlenecks due to a manual & paper intensive process that lead to loan defects. Based on this understanding, we will investigate the key business risks from such loan defects and how automation can play a role in mitigating these risks.

Dave Parker: Rebounding Non-QM Market Requires Quality Review to Mitigate Risk

The non-QM market is making a recovery and, with continued demand from borrowers, changes to the current QM lending rule and the approaching expiration of the QM patch, is likely to stay on the rebound. As a new range of products come to the market, the question now becomes, how can the mortgage industry ramp up and ensure loan quality for lenders, servicers, and investors?

Dave Parker: Rebounding Non-QM Market Requires Quality Review to Mitigate Risk

The non-QM market is making a recovery and, with continued demand from borrowers, changes to the current QM lending rule and the approaching expiration of the QM patch, is likely to stay on the rebound. As a new range of products come to the market, the question now becomes, how can the mortgage industry ramp up and ensure loan quality for lenders, servicers, and investors?