Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) October 03, 2013
Karl Klessig, vice president at Corporation Service Company® (CSC®), will be a featured speaker at the National Association of Land Title Examiners and Abstractors (NALTEA) annual conference in Las Vegas on October 19.
NALTEA, a standards-making body for land title professionals, was established “to foster better relationships among title examiners/abstractors and those whom they serve,” including title insurers, lending institutions, attorneys, and many others.
Klessig's presentation at NALTEA’s annual conference, which runs from October 18 to 20, will illuminate the electronic document recording (eRecording) process as it applies to land records. His talk will include a discussion of the different types of documents that can be electronically recorded, as well as eRecording’s impact on the title industry at large. Klessig will also cover industry acceptance and regulation of the eRecording process—both the current state of affairs as well as likely trends for the future.
Klessig is the former CEO of Ingeo Systems, Inc., which revolutionized the mortgage industry more than a decade ago when it launched the first electronic system for real estate document recording. An eRecording system serves as an electronic bridge between submitters of real estate documents (lenders, title companies, and attorneys) and county offices, enabling documents to be prepared, submitted, recorded/rejected, indexed and returned with unmatched speed and efficiency. CSC acquired Ingeo Systems in 2011.
“Since Ingeo was the foundation of the eRecording industry, NALTEA felt that inviting me to speak at their annual conference would be a good way to inform their members of where things stand today with the technology and process,” said Klessig. “During my presentation, I plan to cover the background of eRecording, the levels, the legal foundations, the state of the industry, and the issues that go along with it.”
Klessig is a sought-after speaker at industry functions throughout the U.S., Canada, Japan and Europe. In August, he was elected to the board of directors of the Property Records Industry Association (PRIA).
Corporation Service Company® (CSC®), a privately held business and legal services organization, provides matter management, corporate compliance, and trustee services for companies and law firms worldwide; digital brand services for top global brands; and due diligence and transactional services for the world's largest financial institutions. Founded in 1899, CSC has more than 1,800 employees throughout North America, Europe, Africa and the Asia-Pacific region. To learn more about CSC’s eRecording solutions, visit http://www.erecording.com.