SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Jan. 26) -- CoreLogic, the leading provider of collateral risk-analysis and management technology and services to the U.S. mortgage banking industry, is participating in the SOLD OUT Servicing Management and Secondary Marketing Executive educational Webinar on managing fraud in portfolio acquisition and servicing. The event is designed to provide an online interactive educational program that addresses mortgage fraud within loan portfolios and servicing functions. Through the Webinar, more than 750 participants will receive the latest information regarding fraud, and learn strategies and skills to effectively manage fraud-related risks.
CoreLogic chief economist Mark Fleming kicks off the event with his presentation on the prevalence of fraud today, including information about the most common fraud schemes and how they manifest themselves, geographical hot spots, and assessing broker/correspondent relationships. In his presentation, Fleming discusses fraud's cost to the lending industry -- in dollars and consumer backlash -- and provides commentary on fraud-related legislation.
With six years of experience in the housing finance and property information business, Fleming leads the economics and research team at CoreLogic. He is responsible for developing the collateral and credit risk models (the basis of the CoreLogic product suite) through economic analysis and real estate market monitoring and analysis of real estate and mortgage market trends.
Fleming has published his research on spatial econometrics in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics and Geographic Information Sciences. He has also presented his work at many conferences including three Regional Science Association International Annual Meetings. He is a member of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association and the Regional Science Association of America.
Due to the popularity of the Webinar, the event is sold out; however, the full Webinar will be posted online beginning Jan. 27, 2006.