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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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

  • Fraud Prevention Track: Looking beyond the Loan Level

    Location: Chicago 9,
    Ballroom - Level 4


    Speaker(s)

    Gary W. Carr, Consumer Loan Fraud Manager, Fifth Third Bank

    Ann Fulmer, Principal, Paladin Advisory Services LLC

    Amy Gromowski, Senior Leader, Science & Analytics, CoreLogic

    Laura Campbell, Senior Director, Counterparty Risk, Home Point Financial Corporation

    Breakout Session,

    Fraud Prevention Track

    All risk managers have to deal with the reality of fraud in today’s mortgage processes. Learning to apply a 360-degree approach to mortgage fraud investigations can help keep your organization secure. Experts go through the main components of identifying fraud to give you the tools you need to safeguard your processes.

    Speaker(s)

    Gary W. Carr, Consumer Loan Fraud Manager, Fifth Third Bank

    40 years experience in financial sector – with 22+ years experience in Mortgage and Consumer Fraud

    University of Akron – Degree in Early Childhood Education and Developmental Psychology – first job – Kindergarten Teacher

    Previous Chairman of the MBA Fraud Committee

    Past 6+ years – Vice President – Consumer and Mortgage Fraud Program Manager and Consumer and Mortgage Investigations Manager

    Ann Fulmer, Principal, Paladin Advisory Services LLC

    Ann Fulmer, JD, is a nationally known mortgage fraud expert whose first exposure to the subject came from illegal flipping activity in her neighborhood. She gained more experience and insights by working as a private detective investigating cases for mortgage insurers, as a member of her county’s Board of Tax Assessors, as an Assistant District Attorney prosecuting white-collar criminal cases, and as consulting counsel to mortgage lenders.  In 2005 she joined the leading provider of automated mortgage fraud detection services and spent the next 11 years educating mortgage and law enforcement professionals about evolving fraud schemes, "red flags" and strategies to stop fraudulent loans before they are funded.  She has testified before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, written numerous articles for national publications and co-authored scholarly articles on the topic.  She has presented educational programs to Federal agencies such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the United States Secret Service, the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, HUD, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.  She has also participated in hundreds of conferences, was featured in People Magazine, appeared on ABC, CNN, Fox Business and Bloomberg TV, and been quoted in publications such as the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times.

    Amy Gromowski, Senior Leader, Science & Analytics, CoreLogic

    Amy Gromowski, Senior Leader - Science & Analytics for CoreLogic, leads a team of economists, statisticians and predictive modelers responsible for model development and data analytics supporting several business units within CoreLogic including insurance, spatial, fraud and marketing based solutions.  With more than 18 years of experience she’s held various roles responsible for model development, product development, and client services for analytic based solutions – all focused on transforming data and analytics into meaningful and actionable results.

    Laura Campbell, Senior Director, Counterparty Risk, Home Point Financial Corporation

    Laura Campbell is Senior Director, Counterparty Risk for Home Point Financial where she is responsible for overseeing fraud prevention and detection for both Servicing and Originations, including managing the Fraud Investigation Unit. Throughout her career, she has held various risk management roles and has a strong background in pre-funding and post-funding quality control and investigative audit. Since joining Home Point Financial when they began doing business in 2015, she has been instrumental in designing and implementing the organization’s Fraud Risk program, with a strong focus on incorporating proactive components built on data analytics and pattern detection.  

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