Upcoming mortgage-related conferences and events include one on government lending, one focused on a single technology platform and several targeted at financial institutions.
The 2015 National Fair Housing Training & Policy Conference hosted by the Department of Housing and Urban Development kicks off on Tuesday at HUD's headquarters in Washington.
HUD Secretary Juilan Cástro will speak at the opening session. Among featured guests are U.S. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch; Walter Mondale, who served as vice president in the Carter administration; and Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Virginia).
HUD said that topics to be discussed at the event, which wraps up on Thursday, include
"HUD's affirmatively furthering Fair Housing rule, the Supreme Court's ruling on disparate impact, residential segregation, lending discrimination and the intersection of climate justice and fair housing."
The Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill is the location of the National Association of Federal Credit Union's
2015 Congressional Caucus. Topics to be covered include data security, regulatory relief, capital reform and housing finance reform.
The Mortgage Bankers Association is hosting its Risk Management and Quality Assurance Forum from Sept. 9 through Sept. 11 at the Omni Dallas in Dallas. The forum costs between $1,030 and $1,695, depending on membership status and whether registration is completed by Sept. 4.
In addition to addressing key issues in risk management -- cybersecurity, fraud prevention and new developments in mortgage performance data and analytics will be addressed at the trade group event.
The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals is holding its 2015 National Convention & Latin Music Festival from Sept. 20 to Sept. 22 at the Chicago Hilton Downtown in Chicago. The registration fee runs between $199 and $599 depending on membership status and the date registered.
On Sept. 21 and Sept. 22, the 2015 Ginnie Mae Summit, Game Changers, is being held at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia. The event is free.
"The 2015 Ginnie Mae Summit provides an opportunity for networking and collaboration between leading lenders, document custodians, D.C.-based policy makers, members of Congress and staff, federal agencies, real estate trade groups and industry analysts," Ginnie's website says. "Educational sessions will also provide in-depth perspective on Ginnie Mae's business and programs from a variety of perspectives."
From Sept. 28 through Sept. 30, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is hosting it Building Block for Directors workshop at its Northeastern District Office in New York.
The OCC workshop, which costs $99 and is limited to the first 35 registrants,
introduces new bank directors to the OCC's approach to supervision while providing tenured directors with a review of current core concepts.
Ellie Mae Inc. announced that its fourth annual user conference, Ellie Mae Experience 2016 - Connect. Innovate. Succeed, takes place at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas from Feb. 29 through March 2.
More than 2,000 people are expected to attend the event, which
will feature former NBA star Earvin "Magic" Johnson along with senior Ellie executives as keynote speakers.
"At Ellie Mae Experience 2016, attendees will see the future of mortgage automation and will learn ways to connect, innovate and succeed in this changing industry," Ellie Mae President and Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Corr said in a written statement. "This year we're offering even greater options for exploring the latest technologies and services while interacting with industry leaders from across the country."