I am in Connecticut today speaking at the Connecticut Mortgage Bankers Association’s all day seminar, “When is it Fraud?” Joining me in educating CMBA’s members on a variety of issues related to detecting and preventing real estate and mortgage fraud…
- Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut Attorney General
- Walter W. Grattan Jr., Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI
- Peter Emerzian, Special Agent- U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
- Thomas Covill, State Agency Counsel - Chicago Title Insurance Company
- Jeffrey Hubble, Connecticut Department of Banking
- Robert Moore, Certified Residential Appraiser
- Ben Niles, Freddie Mac
- Miriam Smolen, Associate General Counsel - Fannie Mae
- Jonathan Peck, Closing Attorney, Peck & Tuneski, P.C.
- Brendan Browne, MGIC
Topics covered include Fraud Scenarios, Title Fraud, Gangs and Illegal Flipping Schemes, Communicating Underwriting Deviations Before and at Closing, Underwriting Guidelines, and Trends in Fraud Detection.
Sponsored by various committees of the CMBA, this exciting and innovative seminar will go a long way toward educating multiple segments of the mortgage banking community–including real estate brokers, mortgage brokers, appraisers, buyers, mortgage lenders, and closing attorneys–of the dangers and associated with real estate and mortgage fraud.
For more information on this event, visit the Connecticut Mortgage Bankers Association’s Website.