The mortgage sector has been gradually embracing technology to streamline the end-to-end process of getting a mortgage, to render smoother customer experiences.
With an industry-wide call for action to build long-term efficiencies and the consequent emergence of innovative mortgage-product offerings and technology solutions, the market is ripe for disruption.
This year’s event will bring in market leaders, government agency leaders, and industry experts for four days of interaction, learning, nurturing relationships, and deal-making.
We at Vaultedge, have created a list of sessions that we think shouldn’t be missed.
Integral to the housing finance system, the policies of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), Federal Housing Administration (FHA), and Ginnie Mae are pivotal for our industry. MBA is pleased to welcome key leaders from each to the Main Stage to discuss their agencies’ upcoming priorities.
The panel includes Roger Ferguson who is an economist, corporate executive, and highly regarded expert on financial issues. As President and CEO of TIAA, he led the company and its 17,000 employees through the challenges of the pandemic and social unrest. He provides his insight on the economy and leading in uncertain times, identifying three crises we have seen – health, social justice, and economics – and how they intertwine. He lays out three crucial steps for an actionable way forward: recognizing lessons learned, identifying how your company can be part of the solution in the short- and long-term, and use of government resources.
In this power hour, get exposure to trending tech solutions through five rapid-fire product demos designed to help decision-makers clarify the rapidly changing tech ecosystem. The session will help you to maximize your time and visit afterward with providers in the HUB for more details.
Tech investment by mortgage companies has been significant in recent years, yet a common topic of conversation is “what are we getting for the money?” Industry leaders seek answers by evaluating customer satisfaction, cost savings, and improved efficiency. The experts in this session discuss whether we are fully utilizing the technology we develop or purchase.
When focused on the Fair Lending and CRA programs, lenders often find new opportunities to reach underserved markets and expand access to credit. The session explores implementing strong fair lending and community development programs at your company, including the use of Special Purpose Credit Programs designed to provide direct financial assistance to groups historically locked out of homeownership.
Security threats and privacy concerns are ever-changing, as are the legislative and regulatory requirements lenders must follow. Attend for a recap of today’s threats and requirements, and how to effectively and efficiently address them.
Mortgage defaults are at all-time lows, but economists are projecting an impending recession and market rates are now above 5%, suggesting challenges ahead. An expert panel analyzes the lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic experience and how the industry will continue to deliver loss mitigation solutions to struggling borrowers. Topics include potential programmatic changes, efforts to maintain default scalability, liquidity risk/MSR values in a higher rate environment, and the regulatory landscape.
Doing good and doing well go hand in hand when industry professionals and community partners collaborate. This session illustrates how a collective impact approach produces solutions to increase minority homeownership, close the racial wealth gap, and expand the business into growing markets.
Top of mind for most executives and managers today is the question of how and why we “office” and the impact on culture, collaboration, teamwork, and professional development. Attendees will gain insight into the variables including efficiency, office demand, space use, employer and employee cost/benefit analysis, and legal perspectives.
MBA assemblages have been giving industry innovators a platform to showcase their latest products or talk about their new services. The MBA Annual 2022 is no different. At the Innovation Hub, one can witness leading companies, and industry leaders showcasing their state-of-the-art products and latest innovations.
Vaultedge Software is delighted to be a part of this huge event. We are a global company that creates loan automation solutions to empower mortgage lenders, and servicers, to work towards a future-proof tomorrow.
Come and meet us at booth #630 to learn more about our products and how we use proprietary AI to help customers automate the very manual, time-consuming, and error-prone activities in Loan Processing/Setup, Underwriting, Post-Close Audit, and Loan Boarding thereby saving 50% to 80% of costs.
MBA's Annual Convention & Expo is the nation's largest gathering of real estate finance professionals. Whether you are new to the industry or a seasoned professional, everyone who's anyone in single-family real estate finance should be there, including
- CEOs, Vice Presidents, and Senior Managers in residential lending and servicing for banks and independent mortgage banks; all business models
- Mortgage investors (all sizes)
- Government agency representatives
- Technology providers and vendors
- Attorneys and other service providers to the industry
- Industry leaders, CMBs, Future Leaders, and anyone else participating on an MBA Committee
- Young professionals seeking to learn about the industry
A great event to network, learn and do business with thousands of your peers, industry power players, innovators, and experts.