is speaking at the Mortgage Bankers Association's Risk Management, QA and Fraud Prevention Forum 2022 on September 13. Kip's session, " When Good Fraud Investigations Go Bad,” will provide his perspective about what types of fraud attracts the attention of regulators and law enforcement, how routine investigations can take fast and unexpected turns, what conduct makes a financial institution a target, and the quiet but critical role that risk/QA/compliance/fraud personnel play in keeping financial institutions out of harm’s way.
This is the annual event for mortgage professionals in the risk, quality control, underwriting and fraud prevention divisions of residential mortgage firms. The program will feature dynamic sessions, the opportunity for Q&A with speakers and industry peers. Attendees receive executive guidance from GSEs and the FHA on loan quality, fraud prevention strategies, measuring and tracking loan defect rates, managing vendors, minimizing loan risks and more.
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