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In the season finale of Housing News season 5, Spruce CEO discusses heightened investor interest in title tech, innovation and fintech adoption.

Top CFPB official “hates” QM rules, jeopardizing safe harbor

A top CFPB official in charge of the rule-making process has heavily criticized the agency's own qualifying mortgage rule, jeopardizing safe harbor.

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2020 HW Woman of Influence: Cheryl Wiebe

Genworth Mortgage Insurance, Senior Manager of Customer Technology

Cheryl Wiebe

Cheryl Wiebe has more than 20 years of experience in mortgage insurance operations, marketing, product management and systems.

Before joining Genworth Mortgage in 2017, Wiebe gained substantial experience in executive roles with Arch Mortgage Insurance and United Guaranty Corp. For the past five years, she led large cross-functional teams while driving specific work areas to deliver tasks that, when integrated, fulfill the strategic initiative. Over the past year as senior manager of customer technology, Wiebe achieved successful project delivery as she helped her company adapt to a rapidly changing pricing environment. During this transition, Wiebe and her team simultaneously completed several integrations and upgrades toward the strategic build-out of Genworth Mortgage Insurance’s website road map. Wiebe’s mission statement is “establishing safe spaces to create solutions to overwhelming challenges.” This mission has been demonstrated as she wields the skills to cut through language barriers, cultural differences and business discrepancies. Wiebe is also extremely mindful of how her team operates and together delivered 426 story points, an 18% increase over the planned budget allowance. Wiebe’s strong work ethic and leadership skills earned her the Genworth Compass Award, the company’s highest honor awarded to a select few.

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