David Snitkof: 3 Ways to Use Technology to Reduce Bias in Mortgage Underwriting

Lenders can reduce the impact of human bias on credit decisioning by building standardized, repeatable and observable processes facilitated by machines. While there’s still value in human interactions, machines are better at ensuring fairness and auditability. You can’t see inside a human mortgage underwriter’s brain, but a computer’s memory leaves a clear trail, making bias easier to measure and safeguard against.

David Snitkof: 3 Ways to Use Technology to Reduce Bias in Mortgage Underwriting

Lenders can reduce the impact of human bias on credit decisioning by building standardized, repeatable and observable processes facilitated by machines. While there’s still value in human interactions, machines are better at ensuring fairness and auditability. You can’t see inside a human mortgage underwriter’s brain, but a computer’s memory leaves a clear trail, making bias easier to measure and safeguard against.

David Snitkof: 3 Ways to Use Technology to Reduce Bias in Mortgage Underwriting

Lenders can reduce the impact of human bias on credit decisioning by building standardized, repeatable and observable processes facilitated by machines. While there’s still value in human interactions, machines are better at ensuring fairness and auditability. You can’t see inside a human mortgage underwriter’s brain, but a computer’s memory leaves a clear trail, making bias easier to measure and safeguard against.

Mark P. Dangelo: Beyond Digital Transformation, Part 3—Preparing for the M&As of 2021

Banking and lending organizations with superior digital assets will create disruptive customer experiences and insights. They will be the sharks seeking the distressed institutions as 2021 arrives. Digital leverage has become a currency for innovative firms seeking larger markets, margins, and non-organic growth multipliers made singularly possible by their post-deal integrations skills and capabilities.