MBA Education Advanced Servicing Workshop in Dallas Apr. 26-27

MBA Education presents its popular Advanced Servicing Workshop on Apr. 26-27 at CoreLogic offices in Irving, Texas.

The Advanced Servicing Workshop is designed for career-minded servicing professionals who want to develop or refine the strategic vision needed to move their career and operations to the next level. This highly interactive program delves into various complexities within servicing, and provides students with the latest information, strategies and data needed to succeed.

The Advanced Servicing Workshop is a two-day event led by MBA and industry experts and covers topics including risk management concerns; current regulatory challenges and quality control; servicing financial management and profitability; and a presentation of latest information from MBA research staff.

Course content is delivered through a mix of lectures, team exercises and case-studies that can be applied to your business when you return to the office. This course provides great networking and peer-learning opportunities and is sure to be a valuable career-building experience for AVP, VP, Director and Group level managers, as well as high performing individual contributors.

–Timely information about economic trends and current regulatory issues impacting the servicing industry
–Updates on the latest in servicing rules and regulations, including Consumer Financial Protection Bureau examinations
–Review of profitability, cost to service and discussion of cost containment
–Guidance and tools to achieve regulatory compliance and quality assurance in daily operations
–Opportunity to network with other industry professionals and share best practices with peers
–Foundational understanding of servicing finance to run a profitable servicing organization
–Best practices for managing vendors

–David Tallman, Partner, Mayer Brown, LLP. He represents numerous residential mortgage lenders, servicers and investors, among other financial service providers. David’s practice includes: (i) counseling clients on regulatory compliance obligations under federal and state consumer credit laws; (ii) structuring operations and developing compliance and risk management systems; and (iii) acting as regulatory counsel and performing due diligence in connection with investments, acquisitions, and other transactions. David co-authored the MBA National Servicing Standards Resource Guide, has written numerous articles on consumer finance issues and is a frequent lecturer at seminars and conferences sponsored by industry groups on legal issues relating to consumer financial products and services.
–Joel Kan, AVP of Industry Surveys and Forecasts, Mortgage Bankers Association
–Thomas Healy, CMB, President and Chief Strategy Officer, Level1Analytics

Who Should Attend
–Servicing professionals at the Group Head, Director, AVP and VP level with 2+ years of experience who wish to take their career to the next level in managing servicing operations.

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Course begins at 8:30 a.m. CT each day. Students can expect course to conclude at 4:00 p.m. CT on the second day. A light breakfast and full lunch will be served each day.

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