After a year-long investigation of the title insurance industry, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has released a 74-page report detailing its probe, its findings and a recommended plan of action to improve government oversight of the title industry and better protect consumers. Some of the suggested changes include RESPA reform and increasing HUD enforcement and authority.
What will this mean for your title business?
The industry’s leading experts provided the first comprehensive review and analysis of the recent GAO report on title insurance, and will help you understand the practical impact this will have on your title business.
- What kind of legal changes can you expect?
- Will your AfBA still be legal?
- How could the regulations that govern your business change?
- How will this affect your business model?
- How will your relationship with consumers change?
Title Radio Experts:
Patrick A. Ward, CPA, Senior Analyst, Financial Markets Community Investment U.S. Government Accountability Office
Jeffrey Arouh, Partner, Holland & Knight LLP
Phil Schulman, Partner, K&L Gates
Paul Schieber, Chairman, Consumer Financial Services/Retail Banking Group Blank Rome LLP.
Richard Andreano, Member, Weiner Brodsky Sidman Kider PC
Joseph Petrelli, President & Founder, Demotech, Inc.
Robin Wardzala, Editor, Real Law Central and RESPAnews.com
Syndie Eardly, Editorial Director, October Research Corporation