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Anderson Talks The CFPB's Focus On The Mortgage Industry, Build-A-Broker And More

Navi Persaud
May 13, 2021
Quote from May 12, 2021 Mortgage Leadership Outlook

On the May 12 episode of the Mortgage Leadership Outlook, host Andrew Berman and Tyna-Minet Anderson, vice president of Mortgage Educator and Compliance, took a deep dive into Anderson's early beginnings working with a security fraud law firm, specifically working with mortgage fraud cases; the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's aggressive focus on the mortgage industry and the Build-A-Broker program that was created to help new brokers struggling with the pain points that come with opening up a new brokerage.

A licensed attorney in the state of Utah, Anderson spent the early years of her career defending individuals and their professional licenses. Through her legal work, she identified the need to assist companies with running a more compliant operation. She teamed up with MEC in 2012 and has since been recognized by multiple organizations for her contributions to the industry. She credits her daily habits to keeping her sane with the ever-changing compliance world.

Previous guests of the Mortgage Leadership Outlook include Robert Broeksmit, Josh Friend, Joe Dahleen, Tim Nguyen, Kristy Fercho, Tony Thompson, Mat Ishbia, David Luna, Barry Habib, Rob Chrisman and more.

Check out the full episode below and learn why lenders should be taking fair lending more seriously.

 
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