Venue
Webinar

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Event Date Tue Mar 29 EDT (about 2 months ago)
Location Webinar
Region Americas
Details

The servicing industry sits on processes hearkening back to green sheets and would crumble without excel. What is actually possible and practical in today’s industry to drive efficiency and increase growth regardless of market surges? What if Servicing Transfers could be automated? If proactive recoverability assessments could be automated to ensure accurate claims? What if Post Close QC could be automated, identifying the small percentage of outages requiring human intervention? With digital solutions like BaseCap’s Data Quality Manager, an end-to-end servicing solution entire approach to mortgage could rejuvenate the market.

Stick around for the last 30 minutes of the webinar to see a demonstration of BaseCap’s Data Quality Manager, a comprehensive, life-of-loan platform used by financial institutions to catch, collaborate and correct loan defects. See how mortgage quality control improves your ability to make better decisions by answering the questions that are important to your business: high-risk delinquencies, servicing issues, missing documents, doc2data, automated servicing transfers, and more.

Objectives:
• Identify Opportunities for Automation and/or Accuracy from Origination through Liquidation
• Origination/Boarding/Servicing XFR/Post Close QC
• Servicing/Cash/Reporting
• Delinquency/Loss Mit/Claims/Liquidation
• Identify Viable Solutions to fit with Opportunities
• Life-of-Loan Mortgage Quality Control
• DocID/Doc2Data
• Seamless Servicing
• Automated Servicing Transfers
•Rules Engines

Who Should Attend?
• Underwriters.
• Post Close QC.
• Originators.
• Servicers.
• Investors.

Speakers

2022 Speakers

Jason Ahl
Head of Mortgage Services, BaseCap Analytics

Carol Norton
SVP Servicing, New American Funding

Jay Jones
EVP Servicing, Mr. Cooper