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NAMB+ and Brokers Compliance Group Launch Quarterly Webinar Series

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 10, 2014

NAMB+ and Brokers Compliance Group have announced the launch of its Quarterly Webinar Series, four quarterly Webinars jointly presented by NAMB+ and Brokers Compliance Group that will keep you informed on current compliance matters facing the mortgage profession. Experts on the subject matter presented will provide critical information to help formulate a strategy in dealing with the complex compliance environment known as today's mortgage marketplace. On Thursday, Jan. 30 at 2:00 p.m. EST, the first in the Webinar Series, "New Year, New Rules," will be presented. Beginning in January, the mortgage profession will face some industry-shaping regulatory changes that will have an immediate impact on the business. NAMB+, in its partnership with Brokers Compliance Group, will arm you with the tools needed to move forward compliantly and profitably, in a comprehensive 90-minute Webinar.  In this Webinar, topics covered will include: ►What do Ability-to-Repay (ATR) requirements mean to my business. ►Concerns and rules around Qualified Mortgages (QMs) ►Obstacles and opportunities within Loan Officer Compensation changes ►Lending within the new Home Ownership Equity and Protection Act (HOEPA) rules ►Managing appraisals’ latest rules within ECOA and Higher-Priced Mortgage Loans This 90-minute session will cover the regulatory compliance requirements needed to implement right away. Click here to register for the Webinar. About the presenters Jonathan Foxx is the founder, president, and managing director of Lenders Compliance Group and Brokers Compliance Group, a full-service, mortgage risk management firm devoted to offering a full suite of services in residential mortgage banking, respectively, to banks and non-banks and also independent mortgage professionals. Michael Barone is drector of legal and regulatory compliance at Lenders Compliance Group. He has more than 15 years of diverse legal experience, representing clients in all aspects of financing and mortgage compliance. Michael advises numerous mortgage bankers and mortgage brokers on state and federal regulatory and compliance matters, and is also a frequent panelist at mortgage banking conferences and conventions. Alan Cicchetti is executive director of Brokers Compliance Group. Prior to joining Lenders Compliance Group, Alan served as Deputy Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Banking and was the Acting Director of its Consumer Credit Division. Prior to his position with the State of Connecticut, Alan held senior management positions in the areas of mortgage production and regional bank branch management with several leading bank and non-bank lenders.
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