American Conference Institute\'s 8th National Summit on Preventing, Detecting and Resolving

Mortgage Fraud

Modifying Current Risk Controls Given Changing Dynamics and Shifts in the Market

Tuesday, July 30 to Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Sheraton Fisherman\'s Wharf, San Francisco, CA

ATTENTION MORTGAGE FRAUD PROFESSIONAL: The dynamics have changed, with short sale, reverse mortgage, income and distressed asset fraud all running rampant, and a shift in the housing market to a purchase and repurchase environment. Attorneys and counsel, compliance and QA officers, investigators, underwriters, appraisers, loan processors, and servicers must modify their risk controls given the new dynamics to avoid today’s heightened federal and state prosecution and enforcement.

That is why you cannot afford to miss American Conference Institute’s 8th National Mortgage Fraud Summit. In addition to unparalleled networking opportunities, this conference will provide attendees with the latest insights and expert advice from our exceptional faculty including:

  • The view from the federal government: Emerging schemes, regulatory oversight, civil and criminal fraud enforcement & prosecutions (including False Claims and FIRREA, and suits against attorneys for defrauding lenders), and forecasting the next wave of investigations
  • Increased state and local influence and priorities on the mortgage front: How they’re examining fraud and their positions on emerging schemes, changing regulation, prosecutions, investigations, and working with law enforcement
  • Industry response to federal and states panels: Internal controls and fraud prevention in mortgage servicing
  • The emergence of short sale fraud perpetrated by borrowers and third-parties: How to modify your current risk controls in response
  • Loan modification by borrowers and third-parties: The latest fraudulent schemes and predatory behavior
  • Foreclosure rescue scams: Red flags and how to combat fraud and misrepresentation when the scammer gets hold of the borrower
  • Mortgage repurchase demands: Responding to the rise in SARs as older loans are investigated/re-investigated
  • Conforming to anti-money laundering (AML) and SAR regulations and meeting Bank Secrecy Act demands
  • Reverse mortgage fraud prevention and risk management given new regulatory and enforcement scrutiny
  • Integrity in the appraisal market: Strategically preparing appraisals for fraud avoidance, implementing adequate controls, and ensuring that appraisers are qualified
  • Mitigating potential liability for defalcation and settlement agent fraud: Due diligence, identity theft of settlement and title agents, forged quit claim deeds, damages that may be covered by title insurance, and beyond
  • Case studies on loss recovery programs that work: Why and when to pursue recovery and maximizing recovery once you do

Plus be sure to also book for the Master Class:
Best Practices on Oversight of Third Parties to Avoid Being Held Accountable for the Acts of Providers

This event will fill up quickly, so register now by calling 1-888-224-2480, faxing your registration form to 1-877-927-1563, or registering online