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Interthinx Partners With MRG on Attorney-Backed Compliance Services

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Oct 02, 2012

Interthinx has announced that it has joined forces with MRG Document Technologies group at Middleberg Riddle & Gianna to offer an attorney-backed compliance service aimed at helping financial institutions meet new legal and regulatory compliance requirements. Attorney-backed compliance provides independent file reviews and expert loan file analysis to help protect mortgage lenders from common compliance mistakes. This service combines sophisticated technology with expert review performed by Interthinx mortgage compliance specialists and the experts at MRG Document Technologies. Interthinx offers a nationally recognized staff that includes compliance attorneys, certified fraud examiners, certified mortgage bankers, and certified review appraisers.  “In this new environment, lenders are faced with increased compliance demands with less margin for error. Most originators do not have sufficient in-house staff or expertise to address these issues,” said Roger Fendelman, vice president of compliance for Interthinx. Middleberg Riddle & Gianna and its practice group, MRG Document Technologies, combine a single collaborative unit of top-flight attorneys with extensive experience focused on delivering document solutions that represent best practices for mortgage document preparation. Together, the two firms can provide detailed compliance reviews without the need for system integration. “We understand the increased pressure on lenders to be fully compliant with the ever-changing legal and regulatory requirements,” said Michael L. Riddle, managing partner of Middleberg Riddle & Gianna. “That’s why we established this service with Interthinx to provide content analysis for lenders.”
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