Avoiding Surprises in Mortgage Servicing
As banks face competitive challenges and increased regulatory and investor scrutiny, establishing internal monitoring systems to provide ongoing feedback on critical servicing components should be an integral part of the management structure for all loan servicers. Preventing surprises that can result in significant operational, regulatory, reputational, and financial burdens, if not detected on a timely basis is just as critical. In this webinar, attendees will learn about the challenges servicers have had managing and implementing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rules, especially related to servicing transfers. In addition to implementing the rules, regulatory and investor quality control requirements for the ongoing monitoring of servicing activities will be addressed.
Who Should Attend: Mortgage Loan Officer, Chief Finance Officer, Loan Administrator, Credit Officer, Underwriter, Loan Processor, Risk Officer, Compliance Professionals
- Learn best practices for handling servicing transfers
- Discuss most common servicing problems and how to avoid them
- Explore the differences between quality assurance and quality control for servicing operations
- Improve oversight procedures for effectively managing third-party risk in servicing
Jim Shankle, CFSA
CrossCheck Compliance LLC
Jim is a managing director at CrossCheck Compliance LLC in the regulatory compliance and internal audit practices. Jim is a regulatory compliance and internal audit professional with 30 years of experience in the financial and professional services industries, including fintechs that range from start-up companies to those at various stages of maturity. Prior to joining CrossCheck, Jim provided regulatory compliance and internal audit expertise for clients at Jefferson Wells International. Jim was a chief audit executive at an Ohio savings bank and spent three years in the former Soviet Union assisting with banking privatization efforts in the newly formed independent states. Jim began his career at Banc One Corporation, now JPMorgan Chase, where he was responsible for the financial audit and regulatory compliance functions of the corporate audit division. Jim has proven skills in leadership, communications, policy and procedure development and implementation. He is a published author and experienced presenter on the topic of servicing.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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