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Sunday, April 3, 2016

  • Registration

    Location: Platinum Ballroom Foyer

  • Mortgage Banking for the IT Professional SOLD OUT! (Separate registration was required).

    Location: Diamond Ballroom Salon 10


    Speaker(s)

    Pat Taylor , President and Chief Executive Officer , Aurora Financial Group, Inc.

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    Attendees must have pre-registered for this specific Workshop in addition to TECH16 Convention.
    This event is now sold out, no on-site registration is available.

    Badge Pick-up: 8:15 - 8:45 am
    Lunch on your own: Noon - 1:00 pm
    Dismissal: 4:00 pm

    Speaker(s)

    Pat Taylor , President and Chief Executive Officer , Aurora Financial Group, Inc.

    PAT TAYLOR recently retired as President of Aurora Financial Group, Inc., in Marlton, NJ. after successfully positioning the Company and the MSR portfolio for a successful sale.  As Managing Director of New Directions Consulting Services, today Pat is focusing on working with lending institutions who are interested in changing their business model from traditional production to include building servicing portfolios, MSR assets and creating additional streams of revenue. 

    Pat served as Vice President, Servicing Solutions Group at Indecomm Global Services and also served as Senior Vice President of Mortgage Operations, for Urban Trust Bank, where she was a member of the bank’s founding executive team and responsible for establishing the mortgage division. Pat’s vast experience also includes serving as Managing Director of the EDS Credit and Real Estate Services Practice, where she consulted with executive management teams of both domestic and international mortgage and banking organizations, including the Westpac Banking Corporation in Australia and Bancomer in Mexico. Pat has served as a faculty member for the MBA for over 10 years and teaches several courses including both the School of Mortgage Banking and the School of Mortgage Servicing. 

  • HMDA – Understanding the Rule - Coverage, Reporting Requirements, Challenges, etc. – Part I (Closed to the Media)

    Location: Diamond Ballroom Salons 6-7


    Speaker(s)

    Ken Markison , Vice President and Regulatory Counsel , Mortgage Bankers Association

    Amy Bishop , Deputy General Counsel , Quicken Loans, Inc.

    Lynn Calahan , Vice President Strategy and Financial Reform Team , Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

    Michael Flynn , Partner , Goodwin Procter, LLP

    Joseph T. Lynyak , Partner , Dorsey & Whitney LLP

    Elena Babinecz , Senior Counsel, Office of Regulations , Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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    This session is the first part of a four-part workshop this afternoon designed to examine the requirements and challenges of the newly finalized Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) Rule. Part I will focus on the Rule’s coverage, effective dates, transactions to be reported and begins the discussion of new data elements.

    Speaker(s)

    Ken Markison , Vice President and Regulatory Counsel , Mortgage Bankers Association

    Ken Markison is Vice President and Regulatory Counsel at the Mortgage Bankers Association in Washington, DC, where he works on and represents the mortgage industry on a very wide range of legal and regulatory issues. These include virtually all matters under the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Fair Housing Act, Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), S.A.F.E. Mortgage Licensing Act and nearly every other law regulating the mortgage industry. He joined MBA in July 2004 following a thirty-two year career in the Office of General Counsel at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. At the time of his retirement, Ken served as HUD's Assistant General Counsel for Government Sponsored Enterprises/RESPA. He was one of the principal architects of HUD's 2002 proposed RESPA Reform Rule and HUD's GSE rules. Earlier, he was instrumental in developing the HUD-Federal Reserve Report on Reform of TILA and RESPA as well as the HUD-Treasury Report on Curbing Predatory Lending. He also represented HUD on the Oversight Board for the Resolution Trust Corporation staff.

    Amy Bishop , Deputy General Counsel , Quicken Loans, Inc.

    Amy Bishop is Deputy General Counsel of Quicken Loans Inc., based in Detroit, Michigan. Quicken Loans Inc. is the nation’s largest online retail mortgage lender and the second largest retail home lender in the United States. The company originates and services conventional, FHA and VA residential mortgages.  The company employs more than 13,000 team members.  Quicken Loans offers a 50-state, national, centralized, internet based platform to deliver mortgages and high levels of client service.  For five years in a row now, J.D. Power has ranked Quicken Loans highest in the nation in customer satisfaction for Primary Mortgage Origination. And for the second year, they also ranked Quicken Loans highest in the nation for Mortgage Servicing. Amy has developed a specialty practice in the area of regulatory compliance. At Quicken Loans, Amy is responsible for all mortgage compliance which includes origination, licensing and servicing compliance.   The last few years have been dedicated to working with a new federal regulatory agency, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (aka CFPB), and implementing several new federal laws such as the Qualified Mortgage rule and national servicing standards.  This year, we are focused on the new TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosures which will not only replace the old Good Faith Estimate and the HUD-1 Settlement Statement but change how we close loans. Before joining Quicken Loans in 1998, Amy began her legal career as an associate attorney for a community bank.   Amy received her J.D. from University of Detroit and her B.S. from Michigan State University.

    Lynn Calahan , Vice President Strategy and Financial Reform Team , Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

    Lynn Calahan entered the world of data and data standardization from a career as an economist and analyst, after running into, and solving data problems. Lynn previously managed Loan Origination data processing systems, and data standardization initiatives such as the Uniform Mortgage Data Program at Fannie Mae. Lynn also performed as a senior specialist of data standards at the US Treasury's Office of Financial Research, focusing on mortgage lending data and identification standards. Lynn is currently a vice president at Wells Fargo, supporting the home lending Financial Reform office with expertise on MISMO, FIBO, data standards, identification practices, and industry capabilities.  Her focus is on using data standardization to support financial reform, and using data capabilities to solve business problems. Lynn Calahan currently co-chairs the MISMO Secondary workgroup.

    Michael Flynn , Partner , Goodwin Procter, LLP

    Michael Flynn is a partner in Goodwin Procter LLP’s Financial Institutions Group in Washington, D.C., and is a member of the firm’s Banking, Consumer Financial Services, and FinTech practices.  In his career, he has served as the Acting General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and as General Counsel of PNC Mortgage and Flagstar Bank.  Mr. Flynn applies that unique background and expertise to advise clients on banking and consumer financial services regulatory and operational matters, including mortgage originations and servicing. 

    Joseph T. Lynyak , Partner , Dorsey & Whitney LLP

    Joseph T. Lynyak is a financial services partner in Dorsey and Whitney’s Financial Services Practice. Focusing his practice on the regulation and operation of financial service intermediaries, he provides counsel on strategic planning, application and licensing, legislative strategy, commercial and consumer lending, examination, supervision and enforcement and general corporate matters. He has extensive expertise across a comprehensive range of issues before federal and state regulatory agencies such as the Federal Reserve Board, OCC, FDIC CFPB, SEC, FTC and California and New York Banking Departments. Mr. Lynyak’s representative clients include foreign and domestic banks, savings associations, holding companies and mortgage banking companies.

    Elena Babinecz , Senior Counsel, Office of Regulations , Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Elena Babinecz is a Senior Counsel in the Office of Regulations at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  She joined the CFPB’s Office of Regulations in May of 2013.  Ms. Babinecz’s expertise is in the area of fair lending.  Her work focuses on the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) and Regulation B, as well as the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) and Regulation C.  She played a key role in the HMDA Proposed Rule and Final Rule, and currently plays a leading role in the CFPB’s HMDA implementation work.  Elena is also a member of the CFPB’s Diversity and Inclusion Council of Employees (DICE).  She has been active in diversity and inclusion initiatives throughout her professional career. Prior to joining the CFPB, she practiced in the San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and Miami offices of two leading consumer financial services law firms.  Her practice focused on federal and state fair lending investigations and enforcement matters related to the mortgage banking industry.  Ms. Babinecz also practiced at a Washington, D.C. civil rights law firm where she counseled lenders on compliance with consumer protection and fair lending laws, and litigated lending discrimination cases.  She is a graduate of Duke University School of Law and received her undergraduate degree from Cornell University. 

  • Roundtable: Information Security Workgroup

    Location: Diamon Ballroom Salons 8-9


    Speaker(s)

    Shawn Malone , Vice President-Business Compliance , Radian Guaranty Inc.

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    The MBA’s Information Security Workgroup collaborates to address security related topics that affect the mortgage industry.  Topics include but are not limited to Cybersecurity Frameworks, Vendor Management, Incident/Response, and regulatory guidance.  Attend this meeting to help develop solutions for the industry.

    Speaker(s)

    Shawn Malone , Vice President-Business Compliance , Radian Guaranty Inc.

    Shawn Malone is Vice President, Business Compliance for Radian Group Inc., a leading provider of private mortgage insurance and mortgage real estate services headquartered in Philadelphia, PA.
    Mr. Malone is responsible for data security relative to regulatory and client requirements and provides a key leadership role in security and data privacy governance and compliance.  He leads both the Customer Due Diligence response process and the corporate Vendor Security Assessment program.  He is the lead for Radian's participation in the Shared Assessments Program and the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC).  He provides leadership to the organization in security and data protection strategy, policy, operations, third party risk and records management.  Mr. Malone has 30 years of industry experience in secure systems strategy, architecture, development, project engineering, implementation, governance and compliance, risk management and information security program operations. Mr. Malone received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Buffalo State College, a Master of Science in Network Security from Capitol College in Laurel, Maryland, and participated in the Executive Education Program in Finance from Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania.

     

  • HMDA – Understanding the Rule - Coverage, Reporting Requirements, Challenges, etc. – Part II (Closed to the Media)

    Location: Diamond Ballroom Salons 6-7


    Speaker(s)

    Ken Markison , Vice President and Regulatory Counsel , Mortgage Bankers Association

    Leslie Sowers , Partner , Weiner Brodsky Kider PC

    Amy Bishop , Deputy General Counsel , Quicken Loans, Inc.

    Lynn Calahan , Vice President Strategy and Financial Reform Team , Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

    Kathleen Ryan , Counsel , BuckleySandler, LLP

    Elena Babinecz , Senior Counsel, Office of Regulations , Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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    This second session of this workshop continues the discussion of the newly finalized Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) Rule emphasizing the data to be provided by lenders and operational challenges and solutions.

    Speaker(s)

    Ken Markison , Vice President and Regulatory Counsel , Mortgage Bankers Association

    Ken Markison is Vice President and Regulatory Counsel at the Mortgage Bankers Association in Washington, DC, where he works on and represents the mortgage industry on a very wide range of legal and regulatory issues. These include virtually all matters under the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Fair Housing Act, Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), S.A.F.E. Mortgage Licensing Act and nearly every other law regulating the mortgage industry. He joined MBA in July 2004 following a thirty-two year career in the Office of General Counsel at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. At the time of his retirement, Ken served as HUD's Assistant General Counsel for Government Sponsored Enterprises/RESPA. He was one of the principal architects of HUD's 2002 proposed RESPA Reform Rule and HUD's GSE rules. Earlier, he was instrumental in developing the HUD-Federal Reserve Report on Reform of TILA and RESPA as well as the HUD-Treasury Report on Curbing Predatory Lending. He also represented HUD on the Oversight Board for the Resolution Trust Corporation staff.

    Leslie Sowers , Partner , Weiner Brodsky Kider PC

    Leslie A. Sowers is a Partner with Weiner Brodsky Kider PC and focuses on federal regulatory and compliance matters related to the financial services industry. Leslie advises financial institutions and mortgage companies on the requirements of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Truth-in-Lending Act (TILA), the TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosures (TRID) Rule, as well as on loan originator compensation requirements, and other consumer finance regulatory matters. She works with companies to develop policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), and other fair lending and fair housing requirements. Additionally, Leslie regularly guides companies through the complexities of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), and other financial privacy matters. Leslie also assists companies in preparing for and successfully navigating supervisory examinations, develops compliance policies and procedures, counsels on the requirements of FHA, VA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and prepares complex regulatory analyses of matters pertaining to residential mortgage lending and servicing. Leslie is co-author of Consumer Protection and Mortgage Regulation under Dodd-Frank, published by Thompson Reuters. 

    Amy Bishop , Deputy General Counsel , Quicken Loans, Inc.

    Amy Bishop is Deputy General Counsel of Quicken Loans Inc., based in Detroit, Michigan. Quicken Loans Inc. is the nation’s largest online retail mortgage lender and the second largest retail home lender in the United States. The company originates and services conventional, FHA and VA residential mortgages.  The company employs more than 13,000 team members.  Quicken Loans offers a 50-state, national, centralized, internet based platform to deliver mortgages and high levels of client service.  For five years in a row now, J.D. Power has ranked Quicken Loans highest in the nation in customer satisfaction for Primary Mortgage Origination. And for the second year, they also ranked Quicken Loans highest in the nation for Mortgage Servicing. Amy has developed a specialty practice in the area of regulatory compliance. At Quicken Loans, Amy is responsible for all mortgage compliance which includes origination, licensing and servicing compliance.   The last few years have been dedicated to working with a new federal regulatory agency, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (aka CFPB), and implementing several new federal laws such as the Qualified Mortgage rule and national servicing standards.  This year, we are focused on the new TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosures which will not only replace the old Good Faith Estimate and the HUD-1 Settlement Statement but change how we close loans. Before joining Quicken Loans in 1998, Amy began her legal career as an associate attorney for a community bank.   Amy received her J.D. from University of Detroit and her B.S. from Michigan State University.

    Lynn Calahan , Vice President Strategy and Financial Reform Team , Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

    Lynn Calahan entered the world of data and data standardization from a career as an economist and analyst, after running into, and solving data problems. Lynn previously managed Loan Origination data processing systems, and data standardization initiatives such as the Uniform Mortgage Data Program at Fannie Mae. Lynn also performed as a senior specialist of data standards at the US Treasury's Office of Financial Research, focusing on mortgage lending data and identification standards. Lynn is currently a vice president at Wells Fargo, supporting the home lending Financial Reform office with expertise on MISMO, FIBO, data standards, identification practices, and industry capabilities.  Her focus is on using data standardization to support financial reform, and using data capabilities to solve business problems. Lynn Calahan currently co-chairs the MISMO Secondary workgroup.

    Kathleen Ryan , Counsel , BuckleySandler, LLP

    Kathleen “Kitty” Ryan, former Deputy Assistant Director for the Office of Regulations at the CFPB, is Counsel* in the Washington, DC office of BuckleySandler LLP. Ms. Ryan combines public sector and in-house experience to offer unique insights for companies navigating in a heightened regulatory environment. She counsels financial services clients regarding a wide range of regulatory and compliance matters, particularly those involving mortgage regulation and fair lending. Ms. Ryan received her J.D. from American University.

    Elena Babinecz , Senior Counsel, Office of Regulations , Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Elena Babinecz is a Senior Counsel in the Office of Regulations at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  She joined the CFPB’s Office of Regulations in May of 2013.  Ms. Babinecz’s expertise is in the area of fair lending.  Her work focuses on the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) and Regulation B, as well as the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) and Regulation C.  She played a key role in the HMDA Proposed Rule and Final Rule, and currently plays a leading role in the CFPB’s HMDA implementation work.  Elena is also a member of the CFPB’s Diversity and Inclusion Council of Employees (DICE).  She has been active in diversity and inclusion initiatives throughout her professional career. Prior to joining the CFPB, she practiced in the San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and Miami offices of two leading consumer financial services law firms.  Her practice focused on federal and state fair lending investigations and enforcement matters related to the mortgage banking industry.  Ms. Babinecz also practiced at a Washington, D.C. civil rights law firm where she counseled lenders on compliance with consumer protection and fair lending laws, and litigated lending discrimination cases.  She is a graduate of Duke University School of Law and received her undergraduate degree from Cornell University. 

  • HMDA – The Rule’s New Technology Demands (Closed to the Media)

    Location: Diamond Ballroom Salons 6-7


    Speaker(s)

    Elizabeth Kemp , Assistant Regulatory Director , Mortgage Bankers Association

    Joshua Weinberg , Senior Vice President Compliance , First Choice Loan Services Inc.

    Leslie Sowers , Partner , Weiner Brodsky Kider PC

    Sheila Strong , Vice President, Compliance & General Counsel , AmeriFirst Financial Corporation

    Leonard Ryan , President , QuestSoft

    Lynn Calahan , Vice President Strategy and Financial Reform Team , Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

    Michael Taliefero , Managing Director , ComplianceTech

    Michael Byrne , Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Operations Lead , Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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    This session of the HMDA workshop focuses on the technological implications of the new HMDA rule’s requirements for data transmission as well as systems changes, MISMO and the functionality needed to collect, secure and report the required elements.

    Speaker(s)

    Elizabeth Kemp , Assistant Regulatory Director , Mortgage Bankers Association

    Elizabeth Kemp is the Assistant Regulatory Counsel in the Public Policy and Industry Relations department of Mortgage Bankers Association, where she analyzes forthcoming legislation and administrative rulemaking. Elizabeth assists the Department in formulating responses to policy initiatives and helps monitor relevant trends in litigation. Elizabeth also worked in loan production policy and led MBA’s Fraud Issues Subcommittee. Prior to joining MBA, Elizabeth was Policy Counsel for the National Community Reinvestment Coalition where she focused on fair lending and secondary market reform.

    Joshua Weinberg , Senior Vice President Compliance , First Choice Loan Services Inc.

    Joshua Weinberg is a nationally recognized speaker, author, consultant, and leader in mortgage lending; specializing in integrating compliance and technology. He is currently Senior Vice President of Compliance for First Choice Loan Services Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of First Choice Bank, a State Chartered and FDIC Insured Depository institution.  He works closely with Federal and State Regulators including the CFPB, FDIC, CSBS/AARMR, and the HUD/FHA and participates with many industry associations.  He is the Chair of MBA's Regulatory Compliance Committee, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for MISMO, a member of the Registered Institutions Working Group from the NMLS, a member of ABA's Residential Markets Committee, and an Advisory Board Member and Compliance Expert for Mortgage Compliance Magazine.  

    Leslie Sowers , Partner , Weiner Brodsky Kider PC

    Leslie A. Sowers is a Partner with Weiner Brodsky Kider PC and focuses on federal regulatory and compliance matters related to the financial services industry. Leslie advises financial institutions and mortgage companies on the requirements of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Truth-in-Lending Act (TILA), the TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosures (TRID) Rule, as well as on loan originator compensation requirements, and other consumer finance regulatory matters. She works with companies to develop policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), and other fair lending and fair housing requirements. Additionally, Leslie regularly guides companies through the complexities of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), and other financial privacy matters. Leslie also assists companies in preparing for and successfully navigating supervisory examinations, develops compliance policies and procedures, counsels on the requirements of FHA, VA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and prepares complex regulatory analyses of matters pertaining to residential mortgage lending and servicing. Leslie is co-author of Consumer Protection and Mortgage Regulation under Dodd-Frank, published by Thompson Reuters. 

    Sheila Strong , Vice President, Compliance & General Counsel , AmeriFirst Financial Corporation

    Sheila M. Strong is the Vice President of Compliance and General Counsel at AmeriFirst Home Mortgage (“AmeriFirst”) in Kalamazoo, Michigan.  As a member of the senior management team, Ms. Strong ensures that compliance is at the forefront of AmeriFirst operations and strategic planning through her Compliance Management System.  The Compliance Management System implements, monitors, improves, and revises corporate policies and procedures to serve the mortgage needs of consumers in a manner that is consistent with ethical lending and servicing practices.   As a former mortgage loan originator, Ms. Strong brings real-world experiences in implementing compliance management strategies.  Accordingly, with a team of 18 full time compliance employees, Ms. Strong works proactively and collaboratively with each AmeriFirst department to ensure and effective and comprehensive compliance with federal, state, and local rules and regulations.

    Leonard Ryan , President , QuestSoft

    Leonard Ryan – is an expert in areas of integrating regulatory requirements into lending  processes.   He has been a regular contributor to MBA and industry publications along with being a  speaker at many trade association and software vendor conferences.  He has numerous personal  awards including Mortgage Banking Magazine’s Tech All-Star,  the 2016 MPA Hot 100 superstars of  the industry and a finalist for the Mortgage Technology Magazine Steven Fraser Visionary Award.    His company, QuestSoft,  serves  over  2,000 lenders in regulatory compliance issues including HMDA, CRA, Fair Lending, TRID and many other federal and  state regulations.    

    Lynn Calahan , Vice President Strategy and Financial Reform Team , Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

    Lynn Calahan entered the world of data and data standardization from a career as an economist and analyst, after running into, and solving data problems. Lynn previously managed Loan Origination data processing systems, and data standardization initiatives such as the Uniform Mortgage Data Program at Fannie Mae. Lynn also performed as a senior specialist of data standards at the US Treasury's Office of Financial Research, focusing on mortgage lending data and identification standards. Lynn is currently a vice president at Wells Fargo, supporting the home lending Financial Reform office with expertise on MISMO, FIBO, data standards, identification practices, and industry capabilities.  Her focus is on using data standardization to support financial reform, and using data capabilities to solve business problems. Lynn Calahan currently co-chairs the MISMO Secondary workgroup.

    Michael Taliefero , Managing Director , ComplianceTech

    Michael Taliefero, Managing Director and ComplianceTech co-founder, has spent his entire professional career studying housing finance policy in a regulatory context.  His education, experience and training in financial analysis coupled with prior housing finance, legal and government affairs experience, makes him particularly well suited to address a wide range of compliance and lending related issues.  In recent years, Mr. Taliefero has managed numerous client projects involving the extraction of origination system loan records in combination with HMDA data for use in fair lending statistical analysis and compliance process improvement.  He works closely with the company’s systems developers to document requirements for computer applications that solve novel legal and regulatory compliance problems. Prior to co-founding ComplianceTech, Mr. Taliefero was a Staff Vice President at the Mortgage Bankers Association of America.  In this capacity, he represented the mortgage banking industry on proposed regulatory matters before the banking agencies, the GSEs, and HUD.  He also managed industry relationships with Wall Street and the warehouse lending community.  Mr. Taliefero began his professional career in the General Counsel’s Office of the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development.  Working in what was then called the Finance Division Mr. Taliefero was responsible for providing legal advice to HUD program staff at Ginnie Mae and other HUD offices that delivered securities to Wall Street.  At different times during his tenure at HUD, he held the positions of Ginnie Mae section chief attorney and Fannie Mae Regulatory Oversight attorney.  Mr. Taliefero holds a BS degree in Financial Management from Indiana University (Northwest) and a JD degree from Northwestern University School of Law. He has completed numerous courses in quantitative methods, statistical analysis and data mining.

     

    Michael Byrne , Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Operations Lead , Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    Michael Byrne, serves as the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Operations Lead at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Mr. Byrne specializes in spatial analysis for strategic planning and government to government information collaboration and has policy content experience in equity analysis, disparities in healthcare, data management, technology solutions, broadband development, access to care, healthcare workforce, environmental planning, and natural resource. Mr. Byrne's role requires an acute understanding of government business processes, and a wide range of policy expertise as well as expertise in the design, development, implementation, and use of Geographic Information Systems for public policy and research. Mr. Byrne is a graduate from the University of California, Davis.

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    The Residential Technology Forum (ResTech) is an MBA Member Forum dedicated to helping members address technology issues facing the Residential Mortgage Industry. ResTech provides an opportunity for discussion of items of common interest across the industry.  Current topics of discussion include compliance with regulations, Information Security and electronic mortgages.

  • HMDA Round-up Q&A (Closed to the Media)

    Location: Diamond Ballroom Salons 6-7


    Speaker(s)

    Ken Markison , Vice President and Regulatory Counsel , Mortgage Bankers Association

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    This final session of the workshop will address key challenges under the rule including protecting privacy and data security as well as a range of questions on implementation issues from panelists and conference participants.

    Speaker(s)

    Ken Markison , Vice President and Regulatory Counsel , Mortgage Bankers Association

    Ken Markison is Vice President and Regulatory Counsel at the Mortgage Bankers Association in Washington, DC, where he works on and represents the mortgage industry on a very wide range of legal and regulatory issues. These include virtually all matters under the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Fair Housing Act, Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), S.A.F.E. Mortgage Licensing Act and nearly every other law regulating the mortgage industry. He joined MBA in July 2004 following a thirty-two year career in the Office of General Counsel at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. At the time of his retirement, Ken served as HUD's Assistant General Counsel for Government Sponsored Enterprises/RESPA. He was one of the principal architects of HUD's 2002 proposed RESPA Reform Rule and HUD's GSE rules. Earlier, he was instrumental in developing the HUD-Federal Reserve Report on Reform of TILA and RESPA as well as the HUD-Treasury Report on Curbing Predatory Lending. He also represented HUD on the Oversight Board for the Resolution Trust Corporation staff.

  • Opening Reception in THE HUB

    Location: Platinum Ballroom

  • THE SIDE STAGE

    Location: Platinum Ballroom Foyer,
    2nd Floor

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    THE SIDE STAGE

    Grab a drink and join us just outside of THE HUB for 30-minute quick tip sessions and 10-minute exhibitor demos on THE SIDE STAGE.


    5:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
    QUICK TIP
    How to Prove that Your Product is MISMO Compliant  
    PRESENTERS

    Tim Anderson, Director of eServices, DocMagic
    Alec Cheung, Vice President, Product Management & Marketing, eLynx
    Jan Davis, Director, Industry Standards, MISMO
    Matt Seu, Partner, Actualize Consulting
    Mick Smothers, Principal Architect, Capco

    6:00 p.m.– 6:15 p.m.
    LIVE DEMO
    Freddie Mac - Loan Advisor Suite 
    PRESENTER
    Jonathan Principi, Vice President, Technology Sales

    6:15 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
    LIVE DEMO
    Loan Vision – Mortgage Accounting Solution 
    PRESENTER
    Martin Kerr, President, Loan Vision

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