Risk Management, QA & Fraud Prevention Forum
Sheraton Grand Chicago, Chicago, IL
Sheraton Grand Chicago
301 E North Water St
Chicago, IL 60611
MBA's Risk Management, QA and Fraud Prevention Forum (RMQA) is the annual event for mortgage professionals in the risk, quality control, underwriting and fraud prevention divisions of residential mortgage firms. Attendees receive executive guidance from GSEs and the FHA on loan quality, fraud prevention strategies, measuring and tracking loan defect rates, managing vendors, minimizing loan risks and more. In highly-detailed, highly-interactive sessions, RMQA19 keeps you updated on the industry's most timely and critical issues and proven processes, so you are positioned to do more with less!
The published registration rates are subject to the membership status of your company at the start of the conference. Should your company membership status change between the time of registration and the start of the conference, you may be subject to a change in your rate.
Send requests in writing to the attention of "Registration Substitutions" at email@example.com and include a $50 processing fee. In order to guarantee that your name will appear on the final registration list, your substitution request must be received on or before August 5, 2019.
CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS
Send requests in writing to "MBA Cancellations" at firstname.lastname@example.org. See below for the refund schedule. Received on or before August 5: Full refund minus $50 processing fee. Received August 6 - September 3: Refund of 50% of the registration fee. After September 3: No refunds after this date.
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