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Interthinx Announces New QC Service

Sep 15, 2011

Interthinx has announced the launch of its Quality Control (QC) Review Services, combining automated technologies with deep, loan-level audit expertise. The Interthinx approach to QC file reviews is designed to ensure compliance and mitigate risk for lenders and investors by using only certified professionals. The staff for Interthinx QC Review services includes: Certified fraud examiners, certified mortgage bankers, compliance lawyers and certified appraisers. “A quality control system of the highest caliber must be made available to the ailing mortgage markets,” said Kevin Coop, president of Interthinx. “Business-as-usual in regard to QC file review will not suffice. Issues creating tremendous anxiety for lenders include lack of compliance expertise, underperforming QC, risk of repurchase, and resource constraints. Clients who leverage Interthinx QC Review Services can alleviate administrative burdens while experiencing efficient and cost-effective outsourcing of scalable and customizable staffing resources. Capacity is ensured without sacrificing control or quality.” Connie Wilson, executive vice president for Interthinx, said, “The work level placed on lenders and the tremendous need for these services is unprecedented. Based on 25 years of experience, Interthinx is uniquely positioned to offer the industry a wide range of expert services, including QC, to help ease the pain caused by government-driven review requirements.”
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