Multiple mortgage servicing conferences are among upcoming industry events -- though other conventions will touch upon mortgage fraud, licensing and banking. Also ahead are conferences covering mortgage-backed securities and litigation.
The Mortgage Bankers Association is holding its National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo 2016 from Feb. 16 through Feb. 19 at the Hyatt Regency Orlando in Florida. The event costs $1,250 for MBA members, $2,500 for non-members and $600 for government officials.
Officials from the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Government National Mortgage Association are among the scheduled speakers at the MBA conference.
On the first day of MBA's servicing conference, the Mortgage Collective is hosting Havana Nights. The networking event starts at 6 p.m.
Also from Feb. 16 through Feb. 19, the
eighth annual NMLS Conference & Training is being held at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs in Phoenix. Registration fees range from $695 to $1,095, depending on the type of registrant.
The Ritz Carlton Dove Mountain in Tucson is the venue for the Mortgage Collaborative's 2016 Winter Conference. The cost is $950.
ABS Vegas 2016 takes place from Feb. 28 through March 2 at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. The meeting, hosted by SFIG and IMN, costs as much as $2,495, though the price varies depending the the type of registrant.
On March 2, the
Georgia Real Estate Fraud Prevention & Awareness Coalition will hold its 12th Annual GREFPAC Conference at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta. The session costs just $50 for members and $75 for non-members.
MBA's Mid-Winter Housing Finance Conference takes place from March 2 through March 5 at the Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch, in Avon, Colorado. The cost to register ranges from $1,400 to $10,000, depending on the date purchased and membership status.
"Our select group of presidents, CEOs, chairmen and executives are invited to come together to find solutions and discuss the current business environment with not only their industry peers, but also critical industry thinkers, including government leaders, policy experts and economists," the trade group says of the event. "It's where the future of our industry will be shaped."
Then from March 6 through March 10, the Independent Community Bankers of America's 2016 National Convention Community Banking LIVE takes place at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.
In Phoenix, at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge, the Consumer Bankers Association is holding its CBA Live 2016 Leadership Unplugged from March 7 until March 9.
On April 4 and April 5, the Practising Law Institute is hosting its 21st Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute at the PLI New York Center in New York. The cost is $1,895, though clients of Ballard Spahr LLP can receive a discount.
"We will focus on a broad array of recent regulatory, enforcement and litigation issues relating to mortgages, auto finance, student loans, credit, debit and prepaid cards, deposit accounts, the use of emerging payment systems, including mobile wallets, and other products and services," the website for the seminar says. "We will also examine new developments in fair lending, TCPA, FCRA, the Military Lending Act and SCRA."
The Washington Plaza Hotel in Washington is the location of the 20th National Forum on Residential Mortgage Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement. The event, hosted by the American Conference Institute, costs between $1,995 and $2,295, depending on when registration takes place.
The forum, which takes place on April 20 and April 21, promises to provide attendees with
"expert strategies for in-house and outside counsel on navigating litigation hurdles and preparing for new and emerging government enforcement initiatives."
SourceMedia is holding Mortgage Servicing 2016 from April 21 until April 22 at the Hilton Dallas/Plano Granit Park in Dallas. Registration fees range from $1,095 to $1,695 depending on the type of attendee and the date registered.
The event is described as a "gathering place senior residential bank and non-bank mortgage servicers, sub-servicers and component servicers to network and hear from seasoned industry experts and practitioners sharing updates and trends on servicing loans plus the technologies and strategies to stay current and relevant in today's market."
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency released its schedule of workshops for directors of national community banks and federal savings associations. Five different workshops cost $99 each and are limited to 35 participants.