Learn How to Adapt Your Processes to Meet New Market Demands at an Agents and Abstractors Forum
April 25, 2013
New regulatory demands have forced lenders to adjust business relationships in order to reduce settlement and reputational risk.
To help you meet your lender clients’ needs, three Agents and Abstracters Forums remain on the schedule for 2013 with stops in Pittsburgh, Boston and Minneapolis. These one-day Forums will provide key information on topics ranging from protecting non-public personal information to how CFPB bulletins and regulations may impact title operations.
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SUMMARY OF UPCOMING FORUMS:
May 13 – Pittsburgh, PA
The title industry is coming under more scrutiny and vetting processes by lenders. Client information and data security are more important than ever. Andy Maloney of Nashville Title Insurance Corp. will discuss what you should look for when shopping for your information protection solutions.
September 16 – Boston, MA
Does your company have a clean-desk policy? How do you manage off-site employees? Michael Volin of the Title Resource Group will address physical privacy and security and the important steps you can take toward satisfying privacy obligations as well as how to develop detailed policies for handling non-public personal information.
September 23 – Minneapolis, MN
Attend this Forum to learn how CFPB bulletins, rules and regulations for lenders may impact your title operations. Francis X. Riley III of the law firm Saul Ewing will detail primary Dodd-Frank Act related regulation of bank and non-bank lenders that have been or will be promulgated by the CFBP or other regulatory entities, which may impact your business strategies and relationships.
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