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Daniella Casseres to speak at HW Annual Sept. 27-28

Partner at Offit Kurman will talk about the regulatory landscape under Biden

The regulatory environment for the mortgage industry is experiencing a period of turbulence as President Biden has ushered in a new era of regulation under his administration. That’s why HousingWire invited attorney Daniella Casseres to HW Annual to discuss just what these new regulations mean for those in the housing economy. 

Casseres is a partner at Offit Kurman working in their Financial Institutions Compliance Practice Group, which focuses on laws and regulations governing mortgage lenders, mortgage brokers, financial institutions and consumer finance companies. She regularly advises clients on state and federal compliance laws and regulations including TILA, RESPA, FHA, SAFE Act, FCRA, GLB, and BSA requirements.

She also represents clients in federal and state regulatory investigations, and assists in related litigation matters and advises Offit Kurman’s affiliate company, Strategic Compliance Partners, which provides consulting and monitoring services for the mortgage banking industry.

At HW Annual Casseres will be part of a panel of compliance attorneys and regulatory experts explaining what’s happening and how to prepare for the regulatory changes to come.

HW Annual will focus on All Things Housing, bringing together professionals from real estate, closing, valuations and mortgage to tackle some of the most important topics in the industry, with experts and practitioners to give you the information you can’t get anywhere else.

In addition to Casseres, the event will feature keynote sessions with cybersecurity expert Selim Aissi and president of Blend and former CEO of Fannie Mae Tim Mayopoulos

Attendees will also hear from industry pros like Christian Wallace, head of real estate services at Better.com, Logan Mohtashami, HousingWire’s lead analyst, and Lyle Radke, head of collateral policy at Fannie Mae.

The event will also have sessions covering:

  • Expanding homeownership
  • The future of valuations
  • Cybersecurity
  • How technology is helping to solve servicing challenges
  • Innovating in a purchase market
  • And so much more!

HW Annual will be a great time to network as you enjoy the venue, the Omni Frisco, which is situated in a walkable area full of restaurants, bars, and the Star, the site of the Dallas Cowboys practice field. The schedule includes time to discover the latest technology through product demos and time to catch up with peers.

Find out all the details here. Our HW+ members get a highly discounted rate and you can take advantage of that by signing up here.

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