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The mortgage industry is living in a Coronavirus world and, in these uncertain times, staying connected is crucial. That’s why, on April 15 and 16, the Mortgage 2020-LIVE VIRTUAL CONFERENCE brings together dozens of top mortgage industry leaders and thousands of mortgage professionals for a two-day interactive summit that will tackle the toughest production, legal and compliance issues facing us today – all designed to help you better navigate the new mortgage origination, servicing and technology challenges presented by the worldwide pandemic.

This is your opportunity to live-stream the latest updates from HUD, the GSEs, the MBA and ABA and more, direct from featured speakers such as Dave Stevens, Rob Chrisman, HUD’s Brian Montgomery, Flagstar’s Kristy Fercho, MBA’s Chief Economist Michael Fratantoni, Jay Brinkmann, Steve Sims (author of Bluefishing), Dr. Vaneeta Sandhu, Tony Thompson, David Lykken, Barry Habib, and many, many more. Then, stay tuned for commentary during session breaks as well as live and recorded content available on the conference website. This extraordinary event, the likes of which have never been seen before, is presented by Firstline Compliance, The Knowledge Coop and Shred Media.

Conference passes are available now. Every attendee receives access to two days of live and recorded content and interactive Q&A, multiple conference tracks including production and compliance, which will remain available on the conference website for 30 days for all attendees.

Here are just a few of the Industry Leaders that are speaking at Mortgage 2020!

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