March 19, 2018
Virginia Essandoh is Chief Diversity Officer with Ballard Spahr LLP, Philadelphia, a national law firm with 14 offices that has championed its long-standing commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion for more than a decade.
Success in a highly regulated post-recessionary financial world, had instilled complacency within banking institutions and their traditional leadership ranks as outside innovation continues to achieve quantum advancements--setting the stage for further consolidations.
Review of regulatory compliance oversight requirements for any financial institution can be a great refresher for the C-Suite and a reminder to better understand the purpose of and requirement to implement, a robust third-party risk oversight program.
Over the long-term, housing costs tend to grow more quickly than either the prices of other consumer goods or typical household incomes.
The Mortgage Bankers Association's latest MBANow video features MBA Vice President of Industry Technology Rick Hill, who discusses the upcoming MBA Technology Solutions Conference & Expo, taking place Apr. 15-18 in Detroit.
Mortgage Bankers Association Vice President Joel Kan breaks down data from the MBA Weekly Applications Survey for the week ending Mar. 9.
The Mortgage Bankers Association examines the state of the housing market.
At the highest level, internal controls can be defined as actions taken to ensure goals and objective are met. Internal controls are processes primarily performed by people, are expected to provide reasonable assurances, and are geared to achieve objectives. They are informative and actionable, measure quality/quantity and form cycles. However, there is so much more to those two words, especially from a regulatory perspective, and understanding the deeper meaning behind them helps ensure your organization is able to properly put them into practice.
LenderClose, West Des Moines, Iowa, hired Ben Rempe as Chief Operating Officer.
The Mortgage Bankers Association released a new MBANow video featuring newly appointed President of the MBA Opens Doors Foundation, Deborah Dubois, who discusses her plans to grow the Foundation in the coming years.
Only a few years ago, the mortgage servicing industry's focus on regulatory compliance overshadowed nearly all other issues. Today, compliance shares center stage with profitability--in part because the business model designed to respond to the financial crisis was never sustainable over the long term.
Does the local bank branch matter anymore? It's a good question, and one that is often asked these days. The rise in online and mobile banking has not only changed how Americans bank, it has eliminated the need to visit a bank branch. [But] this lack of personal contact has implications for banking executives.