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Lenders Compliance Group Debuts "Compliance Matters" Broadcast

May 15, 2015

Lenders Compliance Group Inc. (LCG), a nationwide mortgage risk management firm, has announced the launch of its new weekly broadcast, "Compliance Matters." The broadcast will be offered by Mortgage News Network, each week on Fridays, where members of LCG will speak on timely and important regulatory compliance topics.

Mortgage News Network is quickly becoming an important opportunity to stay in touch with current events in the mortgage space. According to MNN's founder, Joel M. Berman, the network is meant "To offer mortgage industry firms a resource for news and information." This is the first network of its kind, devoted solely to residential mortgage lenders and originators.

Viewers can subscribe to MNN and receive daily updates and news, plus they will learn about upcoming broadcasts.

"We are honored that MNN has asked us to participate in its series, interviews, specials and events," said Jonathan Foxx, LCG's president and managing director. "Today's Compliance Matters broadcast, our first, is about a subject that should be the foundation of every company's business model: Building a Culture of Compliance. I have published an article on this concept, which can be downloaded from the articles page on our Web site entitled, 'Creating a Culture of Compliance.' This is a fresh, new way to bring mortgage lenders and originators the timely information that supports their compliance needs."

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