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MORTGAGE INDUSTRY REGULATORY COMPLIANCE PROGRAM$$349

The Basics: Mortgage Servicing Compliance 101 – 2 Credits

Everything starts with the fundamentals. Fitting for the professionals new to the industry or seasoned servicers for the reinforcement of basics learned long ago, this course offers the participants the chance to lay down a foundation of knowledge surrounding servicing and loan ownership transfers, account maintenance, escrow accounts, force-placed insurance, and more.

About the Author:

Loren Coe is an experienced attorney in the Financial Services Practice Group at Severson & Werson. Coe’s expertise lies in his ability to formulate creative solutions to complicated problems, particularly in the mediation context. For those matters that can’t be quickly resolved, Coe takes an aggressive yet practical approach to litigation with client expectations in mind. 

Mortgage Servicing Compliance 201 – 2 Credits

This course covers additional mortgage servicing fundamentals and offers participants the chance to lay down a foundation of knowledge surrounding error resolution, information requests, delinquent borrowers, and loss mitigation.

About the Author:

Loren Coe is an experienced attorney in the Financial Services Practice Group at Severson & Werson. Coe’s expertise lies in his ability to formulate creative solutions to complicated problems, particularly in the mediation context. For those matters that can’t be quickly resolved, Coe takes an aggressive yet practical approach to litigation with client expectations in mind.

Home Mortgage Disclosure Act – 3 Credits

The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) requires many financial institutions to maintain, report, and publicly disclose information about mortgages. Course attendees will be equipped with clarifying guidance on facilitating compliance.

About the Author:

Brian Gurta is an associate attorney at Potestivo & Associates, primarily serving the Landlord and Litigation Department. He is experienced in real estate financing and credit, property, landlord-tenant, and environmental law.

Telephone Consumer Protection Act – 3 Credits

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is, at its core, a privacy statute enacted for the purpose of protecting consumers from excessive, unsolicited phone calls delivered by means of automated telephone dialing system. This course provides an overview of the statute, the exceptions, and best practices for compliance.

About the Author:

Genevieve Walser-Jolly is an attorney at Severson & Werson who represents financial institutions. She handles litigation involving forward paying loans and has a niche practice involving reverse mortgage loans. She also handles class action defense for TCPA matters. 

Servicemembers Civil Relief Act – 3 Credits

Mortgage servicers must always take the SCRA into account when asserting their rights under the property. Learn exactly what protections it provides to servicemembers and the steps that must be taken to guard against unknowing violations.  

About the Author:

Joey Krzebetkowski is the Compliance Manager at The Mortgage Law Firm. He has worked in various capacities, including management, training, report development, and business process analysis and improvement. He specializes in multi-state mortgage compliance. 

Determining Successors in Interest – 2 Credits

Amendments to the mortgage servicing rules have fundamentally changed the way servicers are required to treat successors in interest. This course clears up the confusion created by the changes and equip you to meet your regulatory obligations.

About the Author:

Michelle Gilbert, Managing Partner at Gilbert-Garcia Group, handles a wide variety of legal matters for the firm and has substantial litigation experience in both default and nondefault cases, including jury and nonjury trials, motion practice, and appellate oral argument, throughout the state of Florida. She has managed the firm’s expansion into probate, estate planning, business transactional and corporate law. 

TRID – 3 Credits

The challenges of implementation Truth in Lending Act-Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act ((TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure) integrated disclosures rule compliance have been a subject of much industry consternation in recent years. This course provides information and guidance on policy, procedure, and operational changes.

 

About the Author:

 

Susan Horn is the Director of Human Resources at Stern, Lavinthal & Frankenberg, a firm specializing in creditor's rights and commercial litigation in the states of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Typical clients are servicers, banks, financial institutions, business enterprises, and private investors seeking resolution on property related legal issues.

 

Equal Credit Opportunity Act – 2 Credits

The Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) is designed to provide fair and equal access to credit, based on individual creditworthiness, without regard to a prohibited basis such as race, gender, or national origin. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has issued regulations under ECOA. These regulations, known as Regulation B, provide the substantive and procedural framework for fair lending. What are the requirements and steps should be taken to remain in compliance?

About the Author:

Marlon Bates is a partner at Scalley, Reading, Bates, Hansen & Rasmussen and has served as managing partner at the firm twice. He practices real estate and business law, including both transactional work and litigation, and represents a wide variety of clients including banks, mortgage companies, credit unions, loan servicing companies, title insurance companies, property managers, developers, landlords, real estate brokers, and many other businesses.

PURCHASE PROGRAM

This program provides in-depth regulatory training for professionals in the default servicing industry. Complete the program for $349.