2019 Schedule

Check out our final schedule from MBA's Risk Management, QA and Fraud Prevention Forum 2019 to get a sense of what to expect in 2020!

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Monday, September 16, 2019

  • Risk Management & Analytics Track: Creating a Robust Enterprise Risk Management Infrastructure

    Location: Chicago 6,
    Ballroom - Level 4


    Speaker(s)

    Matt Hensley, Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management, Arch MI

    Gregory A. Keith, Senior Vice President & Chief Risk Officer, Office of Enterprise Risk, Ginnie Mae

    Michael Wood, Senior Vice President, Credit Risk Executive, Bank of America

    Gwen Muse-Evans, President & CEO, GME Enterprises

    Breakout Session,

    Risk Management & Analytics Track

    Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is a plan-based business strategy aiming to identify, assess and prepare for any potential harm that may interfere with your company’s operations and objectives. Developing an ERM offers many benefits, such as determining the amount of risk your organization is willing to accept, ensuring you’re making informed decisions and taking into account all key risks. Experts offer best practices in standing up an ERM to help you establish a robust risk management culture in your company.

    Speaker(s)

    Matt Hensley, Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management, Arch MI

    Matt Hensley is Vice President of Enterprise Risk Management at Arch MI. He leads a team dedicated to advancing the risk culture, articulating a risk appetite and supporting the business in identifying, measuring, monitoring, controlling and reporting all risk types. Previously, Matt worked at Bank of America/Countrywide Home Loans where he was a Vice President in Representations & Warranties MI Strategy. Matt has held various secondary marketing, servicing and sales positions in sixteen years in the mortgage industry.

    Gregory A. Keith, Senior Vice President & Chief Risk Officer, Office of Enterprise Risk, Ginnie Mae

    Gregory A. Keith joined Ginnie Mae as SVP & Chief Risk Officer in 2010. In this capacity, he monitors the corporation’s aggregate risk and compliance with risk policies, develops and maintains corporate-wide procedures for risk management, and provides independent evaluation and oversight of all risk management activities.

    Keith has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry. Much of this experience has been in mortgage and asset backed finance. Prior to joining Ginnie Mae, Keith spent nine years in various roles at Fannie Mae. These roles spanned across multiple disciplines including strategy, risk and finance.

    In 2001, Keith came to Fannie Mae from First Union Bank, where he was Vice President of Business Integration. There, he served as the Deputy Chief Operating Officer for the Structured Products Group of the Corporate and Investment Bank.

    In the past, Keith also served as a Manager at KPMG Consulting, focusing on the execution of strategic, financial, and operational engagements. Prior to joining KPMG, Keith worked as a Forecasting and Planning Analyst at American Residential Mortgage Corporation and as a Financial Analyst at Great American Bank.

    Keith holds a Bachelor of Arts from San Diego State University.

    Michael Wood, Senior Vice President, Credit Risk Executive, Bank of America

    Michael Wood is Executive of Credit Policy & Controls for the Consumer Bank, in this capacity Wood serves as the Executive for Consumer Credit products, including Mortgage, Home Equity, Auto, U.S. Credit Card and Small Business Lending. Wood joined the Bank of America team in Columbus in 2016. Prior to joining Bank of America in January of 2016, he served as Executive Director Credit Risk Management for Morgan Stanley, with responsibility for credit policy, oversight of lending authority, decision engine management, quality assurance, and governance oversight for Mortgage Retail Lending Credit Risk regulatory requirements. His previous positions have included risk, credit policy and servicing roles with New Century, Washington Mutual, and PMI Mortgage Insurance Co. across his 25-year financial services career.

    Gwen Muse-Evans, President & CEO, GME Enterprises

    Gwen Muse-Evans is President and CEO of GME Enterprises, a management consulting firm that specializes in providing risk management, operations management, strategic planning and housing finance advisory services to corporate, nonprofit and government clients. Gwen has expertise in the discipline of Enterprise Risk Management, extensive knowledge of the housing finance industry, and demonstrated experience implementing start-up business divisions and risk management programs at major financial services organizations.

    Prior to starting her advisory practice, Gwen was most recently the Senior Vice President and Chief Risk Officer for the Credit Portfolio Management and Single Family businesses at Fannie Mae where she served from 2001 until 2014. Prior to 2001 Gwen served in several corporate executive roles including at JPMorgan Chase, GE Capital Mortgage Services and Household Financial Services. Gwen earned her MBA in Finance from Rutgers University, a BBA from Pacific Lutheran University, is a Certified Enterprise Risk Professional, a Certified Project Management Professional and a faculty member at the American Bankers Association’s School of Risk Management.

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