Items Tagged with 'MBA Annual Convention'


  • Shocker: MBA President and CEO David Stevens announces retirement

    Stevens stepping down in September 2018
    One would never have gathered as much during his rousing speech at the Mortgage Bankers Association Annual Convention in Denver or while walking around the Colorado Convention Center, but MBA Annual 2017 will be one of David Stevens’ last major events as the leader of the mortgage industry’s biggest trade group. On Wednesday, as MBA Annual 2017 was winding down, Stevens announced that he is retiring as the trade group’s president and CEO. Click the headline to read more.
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  • What HMDA changes mean for lenders

    Visibility all the way down to the loan officer level
    You want the good news or the bad news on HMDA? Let’s go with the good news: After collecting expanded data on borrowers under HMDA rule changes, lenders are going to have greater insight than ever before on their lending practices. The bad news? So is everyone else.
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  • MBA forecasts 7% origination jump in 2015

    Predicts unemployment at 5.4% by end of next year
    The MBA is projecting overall economic growth of 2.9% in 2015 and 2.4% in 2016, driven by strong consumer spending and business fixed investment as consumers spend on durable goods and businesses invest in equipment.
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  • MBA names new leadership

    New chairman, vice chairman, board of directors announced
    The days at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s annual convention and expo in Las Vegas feature quite the packed schedule. But between all the sessions and speakers, the MBA has also elected several new members of its executive leadership.
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  • TILA-RESPA Phase I complete

    Get ready for Phase II of the Lender Implementation Timeline

    Staying on par with the timeline, next week will kick off the Analyses and Decisions phase, in which you’ll be reviewing your workflow, systems and compliance in order to determine the revised procedures, system recommendations and policies necessary.

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