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Regtech Report, Episode #2: Robots aren’t coming for your mortgage jobs

ComplianceEase CTO discusses automation

For episode #2 of HousingWire’s Regtech Report, Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney is joined by Jason Roth, co-founder and chief technology officer of ComplianceEase, which is also our sponsor. 

During the conversation, Roth explains common defects and errors in mortgage lending that are now handled by humans that will eventually be automated. 

The good news? Robots aren't coming for the jobs we're good at, they're just going to serve us in doing the jobs we don't like! That leaves us humans free to do the really interesting parts of our jobs. What's not to like?

Finally, regulators have been using regtech for some time. Do these authoritative bodies have an edge on banks and other lenders when it comes to regtech implementation? Roth's answers may surprise you. Listen, and enjoy! 

 

 

Tune in next week when Jacob chats with Debbie Hoffman, blockchain mastermind and founder of Symmetry Blockchain Advisors

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