Debbie Hoffman, Chief Legal Officer at Digital Risk, LLC, recently published an enlightening piece titled “Digital Trends in Home Purchasing”
There is a whole virtual world existing parallel to the real human world. There are websites and apps for anything and everything. If you were looking for a house, you won’t call up the agent, instead you will go to Trulio. Need the house tour? Just login Redfin and get an online tour sitting at your workplace and similarly many apps to calculate a mortgage payment. The millennial generation who exist in both the worlds effortlessly are expecting to buy a home too entirely online.
Debbie Hoffman, Chief Legal Officer, Digital Risk recently spoke to Bloomberg radio regarding Trump’s effects on Finance Industry
Debbie amongst other who’s who of the Finance world spoke about the impact of Trump’s deregulation of policies and predicted that it might actually make financial firms more likely to use third party services.
Finance firms currently are spending as much as one fifth of their revenues on compliance as they find themselves under scrutiny like never before. Historically banks were pretty hesitant to outsource because of heavy handed Dodd Frank which is anticipated be eased now but there are still other kinds of regulations like FEC for which they will require the third party vendors to comply with. They will be more likely to outsource because they will be less scared now of getting a canopy under Dodd Frank Act.
Listen to the full Radio clip on Trump Rolling Back Dodd-Frank and its effects on Finance Industry by press play on the audio file.
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MPA Magazine- Hot 100
Digital Risk’s Debbie Hoffman, Chief Legal Officer, and Kimberly Lanham, SVP of Marketing & Client Relations, made Mortgage Professional America’s Hot 100 list! The Hot 100 list is a feature highlighting the Top 100 people having the biggest impact on the Mortgage Industry.
Jeffrey C. Taylor, Co-Founder and Managing Director at Digital Risk LLC, was recently published in CTW Features’ article titled “The Future is now” regarding the impact of the Trump Presidency and his policies on the housing industry.
The most prevalent question of the Trump Presidency is its effect on housing. Republicans and Democrats have contrasting opinions on the expectations. Positive impacts are speculated because Mr. Trump made his bones in real estate and his policies are favorable to businesses.
Digital Risk’s Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman has been profiled in ACC Docket’s “Day in the Life” section, which sheds some light on the CLO’s whopping 17-hour days! The ACC Docket, the monthly magazine for the Association of Corporate Counsel features a an hour-by-hour Day in the Life feature of a leading General Counsel or equivalent in each issue.
Leo Loomie, Senior Vice President, Client Services at Digital Risk LLC, was recently published in Coindesk’s article titled “Blockchain for Mortgages: Compelling, But Premature?” regarding the imperative need of Blockchain in the Mortgage industry for the efficiencies and data integrity that it promises.
The huge size and vast amount of data within the mortgage industry demand for Blockchain technology. Loomie says “These are high-dollar transactions that are very painful. And anytime you can remove friction from the process is where you’re going to get traction.” clearly indicating his optimism about the technology and its potential.
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.
MAITLAND, Fla., Jan. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Digital Risk’s Co-Founder & Managing Director Jeffrey C. Taylor was among those sworn in to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) 2017 Board of Directors along with fellow board members at the Opening Ceremony of MBA’s 2016 Annual Convention & Expo in Boston, Massachusetts.
Digital Risk, headquartered in Orlando, is a provider of technology solutions to the financial services industry. The company has deep expertise in residential mortgage, consumer lending, and other regulated industries.
Digital Risk had quite the year in 2016! From awards, to featured articles, to making a difference in our communities, there sure is a lot to cover! This video highlights all of the company’s successes and activities throughout the year.
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