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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

  • Fraud Prevention Track: General Fraud Prevention: What to Look Out For


    Speaker(s)

    Robert Maddox, CMB, AMP, Partner, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, LLP

    Steve Safavi, Vice President, AML Officer - Nationstar Mortgage, Mr. Cooper

    Donald Effertz, Vice President, Fraud Risk Management, DataVerify, Inc.

    This session will offer strategies for detecting fraud in the loan application and modification processes, as forbearance and foreclosure moratoriums come to an end and lenders start to engage in substantial restructuring activities.

    Attendees will learn how to:
    Detect areas ripe for fraud in the origination process.
    Identify opportunities for fraudulent activities in forbearance and restructuring process.
    Develop strategies for ensuring proper verification of required documents in the application and approval process.

    Speaker(s)

    Robert Maddox, CMB, AMP, Partner, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, LLP

    Steve Safavi, Vice President, AML Officer - Nationstar Mortgage, Mr. Cooper

    Steve is the Vice President AML Officer, Nationstar Mortgage dba Mr. Cooper.  Over 25 years of mortgage fraud experience in both Origination and Servicing in addition to model governance and appraisal valuation oversight.

    Donald Effertz, Vice President, Fraud Risk Management, DataVerify, Inc.

    Don Effertz is Vice President of Fraud Management at DataVerify where he manages a team of seasoned mortgage and fraud professionals who are responsible for assisting with client product understanding, training, customization and product enhancement. This team also advises clients on product integration, workflow analysis and adjustments to their DRIVE platform to maximize ROI. Effertz joined DataVerify in January of 2009 following a 25 year career in mortgage banking with a primary focus on Operational Risk Management, Quality Assurance and Fraud Prevention. He has published several articles in national periodicals concerning mortgage fraud awareness and prevention and has conducted fraud awareness training courses across the country.