Join your colleagues and the staff of The Title Report for a 90-minute webinar presentation titled, Fraud Alert: The Latest Schemes Haunting Title Companies. Sponsored by RynohLive, the webinar features two leading security technology experts — David Jevans, of Marble Security, and Gregory McDonald, of Cloudstar Consulting Corp. — who will educate participants on:
- The latest fraud schemes penetrating the industry;
- Transactional fraud red flags;
- Meeting best practices for an effective security program; and
- The human element of fraud and fraudster trickery.
Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and will receive the full PowerPoint presentation following the live event, along with related feature articles from October Research, LLC publications. Thanks to webinar presenting sponsor RynohLive, The Title Report is offering this training course at a discounted price! Register for a live site and have your entire staff listen in and/or order the recording and view the Webinar at your earliest convenience.
Register here for the Fraud Alert webinar or call (330) 659-6101, ext. 6611.
Estimated Length: 3 hours, 30 minutes
Cost: $75.00 (USD)
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This course is a comprehensive discussion of the Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Act and the new regulations promulgated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. A detail history of RESPA and other legislation that has led us to where we are today are included. The course covers servicing, escrow accounting, Notice of Error, Requeist for Informatin, Forced Placed Insurance, Loss Mitigation, Affiliated Business Arrangements, and Solicitation. It includes detailed sections on the new Loan Estimate and the new Closing Disclosure.
Vincent G. Danzi graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor’s degree in History in 1995 and earned his law degree in 2000 from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Prior to law school, he was a Licensure Investigator for the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners. Since law school, he has worked in the title insurance and settlement services industry. He serves as General Counsel for Equity Settlement Services, Inc., a national title and settlement services provider, which offers a wide range of services across a thirty-five state footprint. Outside this role, his practice includes business legal representation, consulting, and serving in an of-counsel and outside expert capacity on RESPA and other compliance and title insurance issues. In accord with his enduring devotion to computer programming, he is also a database application and user interface developer. He lectures, writes, and otherwise contributes to the publications and seminars of such organizations as The New York State Land Title Association, the Title Appraisal Vendor Management Association, October Research, The New York State and Suffolk County Bar Associations, and is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of October Research’s The Legal Description, the nation’s leading legislative and legal analysis newsletter for the title insurance and settlement services industry. Mr. Danzi was a featured speaker at the 2011 National Settlement Services & Compliance Summit in Cleveland, Ohio, at which he spoke on best practices for the title insurance industry
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E-Recording…Today’s technology to streamline closing processes
E-Recording is a hot topic in the industry right now; especially as the market has slowed and title agents are trying to do more with less and gain competitive advantage.
The presentation will address doing business with digital documents and explain the e-recording process from the title industry perspective. During the presentation, we will review and outline eDocument legislation that permits e-recording both on a federal and state level. We will conclude by discussing the competitive advantages that e-recording brings to title agents specifically.
Participants will gain a better understanding of the e-recording industry and how to improve their overall workflow.
The education track of this session includes regulatory statutes as well as several facets of business operations. Participants will be able to leave this session empowered with knowledge that will help streamline their post closing process. Benefits of e-recording include:
- Increased customer satisfaction
- Improved agent/underwriter relationship
- Streamlined post-closing workflow
- Reduced per-transaction costs
- Fewer file touches
- More time for business development
About the Presenter
Vicki DiPasquale, has more than 30 years in the title insurance and real estate industry working both with underwriters and agencies in many different states. She consulted on a Freddie Mac e-closing project in 2001 and has been an avid supporter of the e-recording process since its inception. Vicki has a Doctorate degree in Business Management and Organizational Leadership. She has an outstanding record of success in identifying business opportunities, developing strategies and implementing actions to boost business performance. With a focus on technology, Vicki recognizes the importance of innovation as a way to streamline business processes.