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Redefining Relationships Webinar Recording

Your Price: $109.99

Webinar Details

  • Air Date: Thursday, October 26, 2017
  • Running Time: 75 minutes
  • Produced by: The Title Report

New Recording Format: Receive a link via email to a digital download. Download link will expire 72 hours after email is sent.

Part Number: ORW102617

How has the CFPB's consent order affected relationships for title agents?

Title agents have been left asking themselves what their obligation is when it comes to disclosing relationships. Find out the answer to that question, the effect on the consumer, and dig deeper into the overall impact of what the consent order means for your business with instruction from Chuck Cain, EVP-Agency at WFG and Loretta Salzano, President at Franzen and Salzano, P.C.

Walk away knowing:

  • How to compliantly make disclosures about affiliated arrangements
  • How the relationship between underwriters and title agents could change
  • The variances in state laws
  • The need for technology in creating and maintaining a compliance management system
  • And much more!

Along with the video recording you will also receive the full PowerPoint presentation and related materials from October Research, LLC.

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Featured Instructors:


Chuck Cain Chuck Cain
WFG National Title Insurance Company

Chuck Cain has been in the Title Insurance industry since 1977. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University and the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University. He is admitted to practice in Ohio and Kentucky, several Federal District courts and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit. He is currently a member of the Government Affairs Committee of ALTA. He is former chair of the Real Property section of the Cincinnati Bar Association, a former director of the Cincinnati Mortgage Bankers Association, former trustee of Ohio Land Title Association, a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland’s Fair Credit Task Force and a recipient of a special citation from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development concerning Fair Housing Best Practices.

A native Cincinnatian, he has been a licensed title insurance agent for over 30 years, was an owner-operator of title agencies for 18 years and corporate officer with LandAmerica for over 10 years. He joined WFG as SVP in the Agency Division in August of 2010. He has spoken before many state land title associations, state and local bar associations, American Bar Association, MBA, ALTA, NAR, RESPRO, ACI Conference on Real Estate Finance Law, the National Settlement Services Summit, Title Radio, The Realty Alliance, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World and numerous other groups and classes on the topics of title insurance and compliance. His many articles have been published in state land title publications, numerous mortgage and title industry trade journals and in October Research publications. Having worked in all areas of the title industry and with its customers he brings a great depth of knowledge of all aspects of the real estate industry.

Chris Freeman Chris Freeman
Editorial Director
October Research, LLC

As the editorial director of October Research, Chris Freeman’s role is to provide oversight and guidance of the editors of the five publications – The Title Report, The Legal Description, RESPA News, Dodd Frank Update and Valuation Review. He is also a primary contact person for all interested parties looking to engage with the editorial staff at October Research.

Email: [email protected]

Loretta Salzano Loretta Salzano
Franzen and Salzano, P.C.

Loretta Salzano founded Franzén and Salzano in 1997 after serving as in-house counsel to financial institutions. Loretta manages the firm’s state and federal compliance practice. She is also a founder of ComplyShare, a mortgage compliance company.

Loretta advises title companies, real estate brokers, banks, mortgage lenders, and other settlement service providers on how to increase their business while remaining within the confines of the laws of all 50 states and federal law. Loretta advises her clients regarding fair lending, compensation, marketing, licensure, fees, disclosures and other matters related to their products and services. She drafts and negotiates contracts, including service agreements, compensation agreements and financing documents. Loretta also assists clients in responding to regulatory examinations.