MBA Education/Compliance Essentials Understanding Successor in Interest Requirements Webinar Nov. 6

MBA Education and Compliance Essentials presents a new webinar, Understanding Successor in Interest Requirements, on Monday, Nov. 6 from 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET.

One of the more challenging elements of 2017 updates to mortgage servicing regulations are requirements for handling both potential and confirmed successors in interest. Determining which documentation to require for successors in interest can be complex enough when looking at the laws governing successorship in any one particular state. When looking at multiple states, this challenge can become an exponentially complex task for servicers and in-house council.

Join MBA staff and legal experts for a 90-minute conversation of various elements of Successor in Interest; steps your company needs to take now to ensure adequate compliance; and tools MBA has developed in partnership with legal experts to help your company comply.

–Overview of Successor in Interest regulations
–Categories for grouping Successor In Interest scenarios
–How to determine which reasonable documents are needed to prove Successor in Interest
–How state regulations vary and what may be on the horizon for changes to the regulations
–Tools that MBA and Alston & Bird have created to help you comply and manage the regulations

–Moderator: Sara Singhas, Associate Regulatory Counsel, MBA
–Margaret Scott, Partner, Alston & Bird LLP
–Nanci Weissgold, Partner, Alston & Bird LLP

Who Should Attend
–Servicing Compliance Officers and Staff
–In-house Counsel
–Internal Audit Staff
–Default Servicing Managers

Login instructions will be sent to paid attendees in advance of the webinar. All paid attendees will receive a copy of the audio recording and PowerPoint deck at the conclusion of the webinar.

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This webinar is complimentary to companies who have purchased any volume of Successor in Interest state level reports. Please contact Lisa Volb at for more information.

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