2017 Compliance Conference
MBBA-NH & MAMP
Portsmouth Country Club
80 Country Club Lane
Portsmouth, NH 03840
Hilton Portsmouth Reservations: 300 Woodbury Ave, Portsmouth
Reservations by Phone: 603.431.8000 and ask for the Mortgage Bankers & Brokers block
Online Reservations: www.holidayinn.com/portsmouthnh and enter the group code MBB
This year's Compliance Conference Themes are: TRID, Freddie Mac new application & technology,
HMDA, Washington DC, legalized marijuana risks, more..
Who should attend?
Compliance Departments, Closing Leaders, Department Managers, Settlement Agents,
Processing/Underwriting Leaders, Mortgage Originators, Real Estate Professionals.
Non-Member MBA $125.00
Member Sponsor/Exhibit $250.00
Non Member Sponsor/Exhibit $400.00
Sponsor/Exhibitor’s (to date)
First American Title
Birchwood Credit Services
New Hampshire Housing
Market Street Settlement
Kriss Law/ Atlantic Title
Veros Real Estate Solutions
Red Door Title
8:30 to 8:50am Registration
8:50 to 9:00am Welcome
9:00 to 10:15am Freddie Mac
Freddie Mac brings the mortgage application into the digital age: new 1003 added data points, obsolete questions, and additional capabilities to promote digital mortgage work flows. The redesigned URLA allows much greater flexibility than the past by acknowledging that not all loan applications are the same This seems to be Freddie's future as they attempt to go paperless, expand data collection and streamline efficiency’s.
Speaker TBA, Freddie Mac
10:15 to 10:45am Break
10:45 to 11:45am Deep Dive into HMDA
Deep dive into HMDA by a lady who lives and breathes HMDA, including HMDA expansion and the impact on Fair Lending.
Sue Quilty, Vice President Loan Operations, Residential Mortgage Services
11:45 to 12:30pm Lunch
12:30pm to 1:30pm Legislative update, Key MBA positions and Trump Administration.
Scott Nowak, Esq., Assistant Director of State Government Affairs Residential Policy & Member Services, Mortgage Bankers Association.
1:30 to 1:45 Break
1:45 to 2:45pm. Based on Ben's article; “Will Massachusetts Lenders do Business with Marijuana Businesses? Compliance risks with this". An issue heating up Board rooms across the state of Massachusetts is to what extent community lenders will do business with retail marijuana dispensaries. Legal under state law as of January 1, 2018, still illegal under Federal law. Riddle with compliance risks with a debatable benefit. What is your take?
Benjamin Giumarra, Esq., Specialist in lending and regulatory compliance, Spillane Consulting Associates.
2:45 to 3:45 TRID and other relavant topics
Ruth Dillingham, Esq., Special Counsel, First American Title
Mortgage Bankers and Brokers Association of New Hampshire
Maine Association of Mortgage Professionals