MBA’s National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo is one event you cannot miss if you have any connection to the mortgage servicing industry. This year, it took place from February 25 through 28 in sunny Orlando, Florida—yet another incentive to attend!
Participants got to meet thousands of servicers from every background at the annual MBA Conference & Expo. Savvy servicers prioritize this conference because of the scope it gives them to network with their peers, share their experiences, and find out what is new in their area.
With compliance now less of an issue for the industry right now, servicers should be looking for opportunities to save money and streamline their operations to make sure they are functioning at maximum efficiency. They need to know the direction of the industry so that they can be prepared and ahead of the competition when change happens.
Who Is The MBA Conference & Expo For?
Anybody connected to the residential mortgage loan servicing industry should attend. Whatever your scale, business model type, or position in the industry, you need to be there. Participants include all levels of management and staff in the areas of servicing, default, and customer service, as well as attorneys, service providers, and other vendors.
Were Aspen There?
Yes! We wouldn’t miss it. Our team will be attending sessions and meetings throughout the conference. Be sure to say hello.
What Did Attendees Get?
If you wanted to learn, you weren’t short of opportunities. The schedule was packed with sessions, workshops, and roundtable discussions on everything from state mortgage servicing rules and concepts in residential mortgage servicing to property preservation and natural disasters. There was also a range of product showcases to get you up-to-speed on the latest developments in your area. Quite apart from the organized events, the MBA Conference & Expo is invaluable for the opportunities it provides for engaging with peers, clients, and prospective customers.
Were CLE Credits Available?
Servicing19 qualified for up to 13 CLE credits upon approval by applicable state bar licensing entities.