Webinar

Proving Mortgage Fraud with Financial Forensics

  • May 17, 2022 1:00 p.m.
  • Central Time (GMT-5)
Course Level
Basic
Delivered via
Online
Duration
100 minutes
CPE
2

Description

Mortgage fraud has been a growing area for fraudsters over the past 30 years because it is a lucrative, though illegal, profit center. Mortgage fraud can be perpetrated against property, individuals, financial institutions and investors. This course will demonstrate how mathematically-based financial forensics examinations and research techniques allow the discovery of problems and provide solutions for victims of mortgage fraud. Using case studied, McDonnell will illustrate how mortgage fraud occurs at origination, during the servicing of a loan and when the loan goes into foreclosure.

Prerequisites

None

You Will Learn How To:

Recognize the red flags of mortgage fraud

Prove mortgage fraud with financial forensics

Recognize the opportunity for providing expert litigation support services to homeowners, real estate investors and businesses in situations where disputes have arisen between borrowers and lenders

CPE Information

CPE Credit: 2
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

Credit by Field of Study

Specialized Knowledge: 2

Presenter

Marie T. McDonnell - Speaker

Headshot - Marie T. McDonnell

President, CEO
McDonnell Analytics, Inc.

 

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