3 Things That Drive GCs Up The Wall

3 Things That Drive GCs Up The Wall

Law360

Digital Risk’s Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman has been quoted in a Law360 article, “3 Things That Drive GCs Up The Wall.” In the article, Debbie shares which actions from outside counsel that she finds most annoying.

If Debbie Hoffman, general counsel at mortgage services company Digital Risk LLC, doesn’t hear back from an outside attorney within 24 hours, she said, “that means nothing at all to me — did you even get it? Hello?”

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The True Impact of TRID

The True Impact of TRID

The MReport

Digital Risk’s Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman and SVP, Client Services Laura Williamson co-authored an article that has been published in the February issue of The MReport. The article, titled “The True Impact of TRID,” discusses the long-term impacts of TRID and how it will affect the viability of large banks, community lenders and third-party services over the long haul. Throughout the piece, Debbie and Laura dive into how the industry’s current quick-fix technology solutions cause a slowdown in business and inefficient use of internal resources.

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Debbie Hoffman Featured in Albany Law School’s Alumni News

Digital Risk’s Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman Featured in Albany Law School’s Alumni News

Albany Law School Alumni News

Digital Risk’s Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman has been featured in Albany Law School’s Alumni News’ Alumni Spotlight. In an article titled, “Hoffman ’96, Digital Risk CLO, Featured in National Law Journal and Huffington Post,” the spotlight details Hoffman’s recent features in the news. Read more

Unusual Ways Lenders Measure Creaditworthiness

Unusual ways lenders measure creditworthiness

YAHOO! Finance quoting Traci Cox

Digital Risk Vice President of Quality & Training Traci Cox was quoted in a YAHOO! Finance article about how the latest generation of marketplace lenders may be able to offer mortgage loans to under served home buyers. These lenders will take into consideration factors, such as college major, recent job offer, availability of a “sponsor” and other data points, that were previously not included in the funding decision.

Traci is quoted in the article regarding why these lenders have more flexibility than large banks.

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The Worst of TRID is Yet to Come

The Worst of TRID is Yet to Come for Community Banks

The MReport by Eric Rawlings & Janice Minchenberg

The mortgage industry is still adjusting to the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rule, and although the dust has seemingly settled community banks are still battling with the regulation. Even though the industry struggled with TRID implementation and there’s a good chance that delays continue, there’s a feeling that the worst has passed. Digital Risk Chief Technology Officer Eric Rawlings and Director of Implementation Management Janice Minchenberg share how community banks are being affected by TRID and what they should expect for 2016.
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Women in Leadership

Women in Leadership

Mortgage Women Magazine article by Traci Cox

Although women in leadership roles have come a long way since the days of our Mothers and Grandmothers, there still exists inequality among men and women in the workforce. From pay disparity to corporate boardroom positions, a gap between men and women is still evident. Read more

Women in the Boardroom

Women in the Boardroom

Mortgage Women Magazine article by Debbie Hoffman

When it comes to obtaining a seat in the board room, women face unique challenges that they must learn how to overcome. Studies have consistently shown that businesswomen in corporate board positions have and continue to perform as well as (if not better than) their male counterparts. Digital Risk’s Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman authors this article in Mortgage Women Magazine explaining the shift within the mortgage industry toward increasing diversity and embracing female leadership
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Upward Bound by Jeff Taylor

Upward Bound by Jeff Taylor

Scotsman Guide article by Jeff Taylor

Digital Risk’s Co-founder & Managing Partner Jeffrey Taylor discusses the current trends in the nation’s housing market, as well as his expectations for a solid performance ahead in 2016.

The tug and pull of a steady flow of economic news — both good and bad — has put a damper on the real estate market’s growth potential so far this year. Many experts, however, forecast a healthy housing market in 2016, despite the so-far anemic economic recovery.
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