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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

  • State Regulatory Trends

    Location: Gold Ballroom 3,
    Conference Center Level 1


    Speaker(s)

    Jeannie White, Associate General Counsel, CoreLogic

    Lisa Klika, Chief Compliance Officer and Senior Vice President, Guild Mortgage Company

    Michael Hollerich, Chief Compliance Officer, Ocwen Financial Corporation

    Mary Pfaff, Senior Director, Policy & Supervision, Conference Of State Bank Supervisors

    Jedd Bellman, Assistant Commissioner, Non-Depository Supervision, Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulations

    Breakout Session

    With the ever-changing federal regulatory environment, state regulators have been quite active. Learn about the latest trends and developments in state legislation, regulation, supervision and enforcement activities.

    Speaker(s)

    Jeannie White, Associate General Counsel, CoreLogic

    Jeannie White is an Associate General Counsel with CoreLogic’s legal department. She manages litigation and disputes affecting the company and its subsidiaries and provides related advice to the businesses, focusing on lending, servicing, and credit reporting. She is based in CoreLogic’s Irving, Texas office, and has been with CoreLogic since 2012. Jeannie has over twelve years’ experience managing and advising on consumer finance litigation. Prior to CoreLogic, Jeannie served as in-house litigation counsel with Homeward Residential, f/k/a American Home Mortgage Servicing in Coppell, Texas, and with American General Finance (now OneMain Financial) in Evansville, Indiana. Before going in-house, she was in private practice at a litigation firm in Nashville, Tennesse

    Lisa Klika, Chief Compliance Officer and Senior Vice President, Guild Mortgage Company

    Lisa Klika is the Chief Compliance Officer and Senior Vice President for Guild Mortgage Company. Lisa oversees Guild’s fair lending, internal audit, quality assurance and legal matters, while managing state and federal regulatory agency filings, licensing and consumer complaints. She leads the analysis of regulatory changes to assess impact to the company and implements related policy and operational changes. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Guild is a leading privately owned mortgage banking company established in 1960. Guild lends throughout its 400 branch offices across the United states while also servicing a loan portfolio of approximately $38 billion. She graduated from both the MBA and California MBA’s Future Leaders Program in 2007 and 2009, respectively. Lisa served as Chairperson of the MBA’s Regulatory Compliance Sub-Committee from 2010 to 2013.

    Michael Hollerich, Chief Compliance Officer, Ocwen Financial Corporation

    Michael Hollerich is the Chief Compliance Officer of Ocwen Financial Corporation. He joined Ocwen in 2015 to provide a new level of leadership to its compliance culture and enterprise-wide compliance management program. Ocwen is one of the largest non-depository mortgage servicers in America with operations across multiple locations in the United States, the U.S. Virgin Islands, India, and the Philippines. In his 3 year tenure at Ocwen, he has transformed the company’s internal compliance management program, significantly improved regulatory relationships, and helped guide the company in resolving an unprecedented number of public enforcement actions.  Michael has over 20 years of experience implementing effective, scalable and sustainable risk and compliance frameworks at large financial services companies during periods of intense regulatory scrutiny and challenging economic environments.

    Mary Pfaff, Senior Director, Policy & Supervision, Conference Of State Bank Supervisors

    Mary M. Pfaff is Senior Director, Policy & Supervision at the Conference of State Bank Supervisors in Washington, D.C. In that role, has developed a consolidated state legislative tracking, analysis and reporting function covering the entire CSBS portfolio of bank and non-depository financial services state legislative and regulatory issues. Prior to moving into this role, Pfaff spent 8 years at CSBS working with state regulator and industry users of the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System (NMLS) on regulatory and policy issues related to state coordination on non-depository issues and oversaw all NMLS-related regulatory issues and communications. Prior to joining CSBS in May of 2009, she was the Director of State Government Relations at Freddie Mac where she was responsible for developing and representing Freddie Mac’s views and positions on legislative and regulatory initiatives to state officials and their staffs, and for leading corporate responses to state initiatives. In addition to her position at CSBS, Ms. Pfaff is also co-author of Residential Mortgage Lending: State Regulation Manual published by Thomson Reuters.

    Jedd Bellman, Assistant Commissioner, Non-Depository Supervision, Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulations

    Jedd Bellman is the Assistant Commissioner for Non-Depository Supervision in the Office of the Maryland Commissioner of Financial Regulation. Mr. Bellman manages the Non-Depository Licensing Unit and the Non-Depository Supervision Unit which are responsible for licensing and supervising all non-depository institutions, including over 17,000 licensees that range from debt collection agencies, credit reporting agencies, mortgage lenders, brokers and servicers to check cashers, money transmitters and debt management firms. He also manages the Enforcement Unit that is responsible for carrying out the Commissioner’s enforcement powers as well as the Consumer Services Unit that is responsible for resolving consumer complaints. Additionally, he is the Vice-President of the North American Collection Agency Regulatory Association (NACARA).