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Overcome perceived barriers and begin offering eClosings
Mortgage lenders are making headlines announcing how they are offering eClosings and a complete digital mortgage process, but have you started yet? Does your mortgage operation still have questions about how to begin and what it means for your success?
Fannie Mae’s Director – eMortgage Strategy and Operations Shane Hartzler and Pepper Hamilton LLP’s Special Counsel John Levonick address those perceived barriers and help everyone in the mortgage lending industry start.
Learn how you can protect against fraud and other benefits of offering eClosings in your mortgage operation by ordering the digital recording today!
Webinar Sneak Peek
Director – eMortgage Strategy and Operations
Shane Hartzler is Fannie Mae’s Director for eMortgage Strategy and Operations. In this role he leads strategy execution in the design, development, and improvement of eMortgage offerings as part of Fannie Mae’s broader digital mortgage efforts. Hartzler partners with customers and industry stakeholders to evaluate market needs and identify opportunities to drive adoption and support deliveries of digital mortgages.
Prior to his current position, Hartzler was a member of one of Fannie Mae’s Customer Delivery Teams where he worked with internal stakeholders and customers, including 3 of Fannie Mae’s top 6 customers, to manage and improve performance and to introduce several new strategic priorities. Before that he was the Director, Product Management and Servicer Operations, for the Department of Treasury's Making Home Affordable Program. (Fannie Mae supported Treasury as the Program Administrator for the MHA program). Hartzler has also held a number of different positions in Fannie Mae's Single Family Mortgage Business focused on transforming business operations and designing and rolling out new strategic initiatives.
Hartzler joined Fannie Mae in 2004. Prior to this, he worked as a business consultant with American Management Systems.
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Pepper Hamilton LLP
John V. Levonick is special counsel in the Financial Services Practice Group of Pepper Hamilton LLP, resident in the New York office.
Mr. Levonick's practice focuses on consumer financial services regulatory compliance and technology. Specific areas include consumer lending asset origination, servicing, and asset purchase and sale transactions; and assisting creditors, servicers, investors, and service and technology providers with regulatory issues.
Mr. Levonick also supports financial institutions and technology service providers (FinTech and RegTech) with the regulatory compliance implications of emerging technology, such as blockchain technology, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cryptocurrencies and cloud computing.
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Dodd Frank Update
As editor of Dodd Frank Update, Robert Rozboril monitors possible changes to regulatory policy proposed by federal agencies and Congress that could impact the financial industry and mortgage lenders of various sizes and business models daily. He seeks out experts who can break down complex topics, and sift through news of compliance missteps to help my audience in their mission to remain compliant with all applicable financial laws.