2018 Corelogic Mortgage Fraud Consortium Meeting
A Grand 'Ole Opportunity to Mitigate Risk
Join Us in Nashville and Unite Against Mortgage Risk
The 2018 CoreLogic® Mortgage Fraud Consortium Meeting allows you to collaborate with industry leaders and your peers to identify fraud and manage risk. As always, this invitation-only meeting promises to deliver the insight, tools and networking opportunities you need to solve today’s real-world risk challenges.
The 2018 meeting is sold out! If you have not registered, but would like to receive information on the 2019 event when it comes available, please email Matt Geiszler at firstname.lastname@example.org
- High-level industry interaction and special presentations by recognized experts
- Gain an up-to-the-minute view of mortgage fraud trends, including best practices, case studies, valuable tools and resources, and actionable intelligence
- Find out what other industry leaders are doing to better manage fraud risk
- See how your mortgage fraud prevention practices stack up to the industry as a whole
- Improve the quality of your mortgage fraud prevention practices
Don’t Miss This Networking Event
This year's networking event will be held at the world famous Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Nashville.
Scheduled on Thursday, March 22 following the meeting sessions, Consortium Meeting attendees will be escorted to this amazing venue for dinner, drinks, dancing and live music in our own reserved area within this world-renowned country-music venue.
*A Fraud Consortium Member is any lender who actively contributes data to the CoreLogic Fraud Consortium. Please contact Bridget Berg if you are uncertain if your company is a Member of the CoreLogic Consortiums and you are interested in attending the Meetings.
We are working hard to offer two days of expertly honed risk sessions to help you analyze threats and come away with real-world solutions. Check back regularly for speaker and session updates.
|Wednesday, March 21|
|6:00pm||8:00pm||Welcome Reception and Dinner|
|Thursday, March 22|
Kevin Ryan, Executive, Solution Sales, CoreLogic
Nick Fragale, Principal, Solution Sales, CoreLogic
Becca Wagman, Principal, Solution Sales, CoreLogic
Rapid Fire Session # 1
Cres Hay, Sr. Leader, Fraud Solutions, CoreLogic
Dr. Frank Nothaft, Executive, Chief Economist, CoreLogic
Agency Fraud Panel
Bridget Berg Principal, Fraud Solutions, CoreLogic (Moderator)
Rapid Fire Session # 2
Rapid Fire Session # 3
|3:15pm||5:00pm||Consortium Members Only Roundtable|
|5:45pm||Depart Sheraton for Offsite Event|
|6:00pm||9:30pm||Offsite Networking Reception
Wildhorse Saloon, 2nd Avenue, Downtown Nashville
|Friday, March 23|
Leveraging LoanSafe Scores and Alerts in Concert
Rene Febles, Deputy Inspector General for Investigations, FHFA
Using Artificial Intelligence and Analytics Techniques to combat Digital Mortgage Fraud
Justin Wellen, Sr. Manager, Cognizant Business Consulting, Cognizant
James Craddick, Director, Business Development, Neuro-ID
CoreLogic Mortgage Fraud Trends Analysis
Bridget Berg Principal, Fraud Solutions, CoreLogic
2018 CoreLogic LoanSafe Roadmap
Cres Hay, Sr. Leader, Fraud Solutions, CoreLogic
Lunch, Conference Concludes
Sessions and times subject to change.
|Jacqueline Doty||CoreLogic||Executive, Collateral Risk Solutions||Jacqueline is responsible for strategic planning, research and development of innovative products and solutions to collateral risk management problems.|
|Bridget Berg||CoreLogic||Principal, Fraud Solutions||Bridget leads the delivery of CoreLogic fraud risk management solutions to the mortgage industry. With more than 30 years of major financial institution experience, she has focused on all aspects of mortgage fraud, managing investigations and developing fraud risk programs and analytics.|
|Dr. Frank Nothaft||CoreLogic||Executive, Chief Economist||Frank leads the CoreLogic economics team responsible for analysis, commentary and forecasting trends in global real estate, insurance and mortgage markets.|
|Christa Greco||Federal Bureau of Investigation||Intelligence Analyst||Christa specializes in mortgage fraud matters with a national threat focus. She participates in numerous government and industry working groups, and is a recipient of the FBI's Medal of Excellence.|
|Sean Sowards||Fannie Mae||Director, Mortgage Fraud||Sean is responsible for all aspects of Fannie Mae’s mortgage fraud investigation efforts. He directs investigators in the identification, investigation, and reporting of mortgage fraud and other related fraudulent activity in the mortgage lending space.|
|Cres Hay||CoreLogic||Sr. Leader, Product Management||Cres leads the CoreLogic mortgage fraud business, focusing on the continued development of LoanSafe products and creating innovative new fraud solutions. She has over 10 years experience in the development of solutions to meet the needs of mortgage industry professionals.|
The 2018 Fraud Consortium is sold out! If you were not able to attend this year, we look forward to seeing you in 2019!
Arrange for Transportation Once You Arrive
The hotel is easily accessible from Nashville Metropolitan Airport. The hotel does not provide shuttle service from the airport, however Lyft or Uber fare is approximately $17-21 each way. Taxi's charge a flat rate of $25 (plus an additional $1 per passenger) to any location downtown from the airport. Self-parking is available at the hotel for a rate of $35 per day.
We describe the dress code as "business casual" which often means different things to different people. We have defined this as meaning "no suits, no ties, no shorts, no flip-flops". Casual is welcome for our night out at the Wildhorse Saloon - jeans, cowboy boots, or Elvis costumes are encouraged.