Wisconsin Mortgage Bankers Association

Wisconsin Mortgage Bankers Association

  


WMBA Milwaukee Chapter presents:

 

Three sessions for the price of one!

TRID Update, Fannie Mae Credit Trending Changes and
Mortgage Fraud


 



TRID Update – Panel Discussion
Panel members: CrossCheck Compliance, North Shore Bank, Wisconsin Mortgage, Merit Title, Fannie Mae

Six months into TRID … we will delve into issues that are still being revealed from several perspectives. Panelists will represent Compliance Auditor, Retail Lender, Mortgage Banker, Title Company, GSE. Join us for a lively discussion on what’s keeping you up at night.

Panel Members:
Nicole Daniels, North Shore Bank
Nicole Kreuser, Merit Title
Amy Lirette, Wisconsin Mortgage
George Sierra, Fannie Mae
Jim Treacy, CrossCheck Compliance


Fannie Mae – New “Credit Trending” and Approvals for Non-Traditional Credit Borrower
Presented by:  George Sierra, Fannie Mae

A discussion and review of the FNMA segment on the 6.23.16 AU changes with credit trending and the DU non-traditional credit borrower. 

George Sierra joined Fannie Mae in 1984 and works in the Credit Portfolio Management division of the company. Included in his responsibilities are strategic initiatives ranging from increasing Access to Credit for homebuyers to credit to loss mitigation and foreclosure prevention. George is based in Dallas and has a degree in Accounting from the University of Texas. 


Common signs of Mortgage Fraud
Presented by: Julie Anderson, Training Consultant, Genworth Mortgage Session 

Improve your proficiency at reviewing income, asset, property and other loan documentation for signs of potential fraud. We will also help you identify common fraud trends and schemes, the red flags that alert you to potential fraud and the tools available to help you combat fraud.  


Julie Anderson is a seasoned Training Consultant with over 25 years of hands-on experience that encompasses all aspects of the mortgage loan process, including originating, underwriting, processing and audit. She is an expert in Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s guidelines. Julie is dedicated to helping mortgage professionals acquire the information and skills needed to successfully achieve their assigned responsibilities while ensuring a positive, regulatory compliant, loan process experience for the consumer.  Julie is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in Finance and Banking. Certified Trainer in DiSC Behavioral Profiling.
Location:    Midway Hotel & Suites
                      1005 S Moorland Rd
                      Brookfield, WI 53005
                      (262) 786-9540

Date:             Wednesday, May 18, 2016
 

Cost:           $25 Members
                      $35 Non-Member
  Please register by May 13, 2016
 
 
Agenda: (8:30 AM - 12:00 PM)
 
Time Function Room/Location
8:30 AM Registration, Continental Breakfast & Networking Underwood II
9:00 AM TRID Update - Panel Discussion Underwood II
10:00 AM Fannie Mae Credit Trending - Non-Traditional Loans Underwood II
10:30 AM Fraud Update Underwood II
 

Driving Directions:

Easy Interstate Access From This Brookfield/West Milwaukee WI hotel
Hotel Address:  1005 S. Moorland Road, Brookfield, Wisconsin, 53005
http://www.midwayhotels.com/Location-Directions

 
From the North / Green Bay: Take Interstate 43 South to Interstate 94 West. Take exit 301A, Moorland Road South.
 
From Oshkosh: Take Interstate 41/45 South to Interstate 94 West. Take exit 301A, Moorland Road South.
 
From the South: Take Interstate 894 North / Interstate 94 West to Madison. Take exit 301A, Moorland Road South.
 
From the West: Take Interstate 94 East. Take exit 301A, Moorland Road South. 

 

 

 
           

Contact Us

Wisconsin Mortgage 
Bankers Association
PO Box 1606
Madison, WI 53701

Phone: 608-255-4180
Fax: 608-204-9818
info@wimba.org

 

 

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