Attend Business Strategies to Learn What Lender Clients Need from You and How ALTA's Best Practices Can Help

March 7, 2013

While lenders have been responsible for their service providers’ actions for years, it’s only been recently that bulletins, enforcement orders and corrective actions have demonstrated regulators’ intent that banking organizations are expected to oversee actions of third-party vendors—including title agents, settlement providers and attorneys. Consequently, lenders are adjusting their business relationships. During a general session at the 2013 Business Strategies Conference on Friday, March 15, lenders will discuss what they are requiring in this new market to reduce settlement risk and how implementation of ALTA’s Best Practices can help ensure business keeps coming your way. Speakers include:

  • Penny Reed of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
  • Linda Elkins of BancFirst
Online registration is closed, but you can still register by downloading the registration form. If you can't make it for the entire event, one-day passes are available. Just select the day that best suits your needs.

Click here to view the registration brochure, which includes a complete conference schedule.

CE/CLE is available for many states. Click here to see what’s been approved.


Contact ALTA at 202-296-3671 or communications@alta.org.

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