“The implications of the new rule have far reaching consequences,” said Susan King, vice president of Strategic Accounts, Fidelity National Title. “Leading lenders are taking steps now to organize the training to safeguard a carefully planned transition."
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 17, 2015
While most professionals serving the U.S. mortgage industry are aware of the major game change with the upcoming implementation of the new RESPA/TILA integrated disclosure final rule this August, training now is key to help manage the impact on the detailed process changes. Ginger Bell, industry education specialist and SVP of Learning at Morf Media, Inc., is conducting a free seminar that will train on all aspects of the new rule for realtors today, hosted by Fidelity National Title. Learn more here.
“It’s important for lenders to realize that the new rule is not merely a consolidation of the good-faith estimate, truth-in-lending disclosure and the settlement statement (HUD-1) into two new material disclosures, the loan estimate and closing disclosure,” said Bell. “Of concern is the risk associated with communication between service providers and their technologies and lenders' software systems of record. In the seminar, we will address these key concerns as well as the impact on all aspects of lenders’ origination processes and technology.”
For industry professionals who cannot attend the FEAR NO CHANGE event, the training is available in its entirety online via Morf Learning, the award-winning enterprise training platform for mobiles. Morf Learning is optimized to make enterprise compliance training effective, easy to do and manage anytime, anywhere. It supports a scalable library of certified course content that is delivered in an innovative way to delight and engage employees, partners and administrators with its playbooks for managing success. It supports powerful analytics engines that show an individual’s progress, strengths and areas needed for improvement, proof of examination and more.
“The implications of the new rule will have far reaching consequences,” said Susan King, vice president of Strategic Accounts, Fidelity National Title Company of Oregon. “Leading lenders are taking steps now to organize the training to safeguard a carefully planned and well informed transition.”
For more information about piloting Morf Learning, please visit http://www.morfmedia.com. Morf Media invites industry training experts to contact us to learn more about the benefits of delivering enterprise training with Morf Learning/
About Morf Media, Inc.
Morf Media, Inc., developer of Morf Learning,™ provides a complete compliance training system via the cloud with built in authoring tools, gamification, smart analytics and reporting for fast, easy delivery to the mobile workforce anytime, anywhere. Morf Media customers are Global 2000 companies running in complex or highly regulated environments, and include the finance, real estate, and pharmaceutical sectors. Founded in 2013, Morf Media is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
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