Embracing Diversity & Inclusion in Mortgage

Embracing Diversity & Inclusion in Mortgage

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Kimberly Lanham, Senior Vice President, Marketing & Client Services, Digital Risk has published a very thoughtful article “Embracing Diversity & Inclusion in Mortgage” regarding the role of diversity and inclusion into the overall business purpose.

A lot of authentic market research and surveys (by the likes of MsKinsey, Deloitte and Catalyst) make evident the fact that companies embracing diversity gain higher market share and a competitive edge in accessing new markets; however, the biggest concern remains not having the right people to run and grow their businesses.
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Two Digital Risk Leaders Make HousingWire’s 2016 Women of Influence!

Digital Risk’s Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman and VP, Origination and Secondary Traci Cox have been named to HousingWire’s 2016 Women of Influence!

This is the sixth year that HousingWire has recognized the women leading our industry forward. This year’s list includes 43 winners who represent a range of occupations within the housing economy and who demonstrate leadership that inspires those in their own companies, in their communities, and in the industry at large.

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Mphasis Releases Join Newsletter, “Accelerating the pace of Digital Banking”

Mphasis Releases Joint Newsletter “Accelerating the pace of Digital Banking”

Mphasis and Gartner released a joint newsletter in July regarding digital and disruptive technologies’ impact on Banking and Capital Markets. This issue covers various topics of discussion, including Blockchain, Digital Accessibility, Digital Wallet and more. This newsletter also features an exclusive Digital Banking Experience Primer for 2016 from Gartner.

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Digital Risk Co-Hosts Women in Real Estate Finance Networking Luncheon at MBA Secondary

Digital Risk Co-Hosts Women in Real Estate Finance Networking Luncheon at MBA Secondary

Mortgage Women Magazine

Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) and Digital Risk co-sponsored luncheon, the 2016 MBA National Secondary Market Conference & Expo’s Women in Real Estate Finance Networking Luncheon, has been featured in the May 19 edition of MBA’s Newslink.

The article covers the event, which was held at the conference and featured guest Marcia Davies, Chief Operating Officer at MBA, and Kim Azzarelli, chair and co-founder of the Cornell Law School’s Avon Global Center for Women and Justice and partner with Seneca Point Global, and co-author of Fast Forward: How Women Can Achieve Power and Purpose. Digital Risk’s SVP, Marketing & Client Services Kim Lanham moderated a panel discussion with the guest speakers.

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HousingWire re: Cybersecurity!

Digital Risk’s Debbie Hoffman and Hope Collis quoted in HousingWire re: Cybersecurity!

HousingWire Magazine

Digital Risk’s Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman and Junior Staff Attorney Hope Collis have been quoted in a HousingWire Magazine article, “Next major issue lenders need to tackle: Cybersecurity.” In the article, which is about the need for companies to upgrade their cybersecurity measures due to increasing digital capabilities and potential threats from hackers, Debbie and Hope share top cybersecurity misconceptions and the need for security.
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The Importance of Women Mentoring Women

The Importance of Women Mentoring Women

Digital Risk’s Kimberly Lanham shares her take on the importance of women mentoring women and how companies within the financial services sector can follow Digital Risk’s example in executing the vital mentoring and career development initiatives that will help build the industry’s future women leaders. To view the post, and share your thoughts with Kim, click here.

As part of Diversity Week, held during the week of March 7th by our parent company, Mphasis, Digital Risk decided to celebrate diversity and International Women’s Day by hosting a company-wide “Women in Business Mentoring Luncheon” on Thursday, March 10th.

This is the third time Digital Risk has hosted such an event, and each luncheon brings more and more enlightenment regarding the important role women play within their company, their industry, and the nation. Likewise, the topics discussed during the event’s keynote speeches and women’s panel further demonstrate how the unique qualities and skills that women bring to the workplace drive innovation and growth.

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DIGITAL RISK MAKES HOUSINGWIRE MAGAZINE’S 2016 TECH100 LIST!

MAITLAND, FL – MARCH 28, 2016 – Digital Risk, LLC, a leading risk, compliance, and technology services company that offers differentiated solutions to the mortgage, consumer lending, and other regulated industries, has been named to HousingWire Magazine’s 2016 HW TECH100™ list for the second year in a row! The HW TECH100™ list captures the entire U.S. housing economy, spanning real estate to mortgage lending, servicing and investments. The list was officially introduced in 2014 and each year seeks to recognize the 100 most innovative technology firms in the U.S. housing economy.

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Digital Risk Sponsored VEI Wins Business Plan Competition!

Digital Risk Sponsored Partner J.P. Taravella Virtual Enterprises International Wins Business Plan Competition!

On January 20, 2016, Digital Risk’s sponsored Virtual Enterprises International (VEI) partner, the J.P. Taravella High School Chapter, won first place at VEI’s first annual Business Plan Competition held at Nova Southeastern University! Digital Risk’s, Co-Founder & Managing Partner Jeff Taylor was invited to be the keynote speaker at the event to provide insight on his path and success in entrepreneurship.

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Mortgage Headache: The Process Will Require a Houseful of Patience

Mortgage Headache: The Process Will Require a Houseful of Patience

Mainstreet article quoting Deborah K. Hoffman

In this MainStreet article regarding the ambiguity in the new required timelines set forth by TRID, Digital Risk’s Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman is quoted on how mortgage loan closure timelines are affected by any changes in fees, rates and other factors listed on the closing disclosure.

As of October 3, new mortgage documents required under the Dodd-Frank Act are streamlining the roughly 30-year-old Good Faith Estimate, Truth in Lending Act TILA disclosure, HUD-1 settlement statement and various other documents into just two: Read more