Education & Events
2019 Mortgage Lending School
One of the greatest investments employers can make is in the continued education of their employees. Seminars, workshops, conferences, and schools not only provide professionals with an updated and contemporary framework to make better judgments and more informed decisions, but also assist in developing a resourceful network of peer bankers.
The IBA Foundation, Inc. prides itself on providing members with one of the best nonprofit banker education programs in the country. Featured in this brochure is the highly acclaimed 2019 Mortgage Lending School, which addresses the most immediate and relevant training needs of the financial industry.
We know that bankers demand a strong return on education, “ROE,” in terms of dollars, time, and effort spent. You can count on this school to provide:
- Practical, hands-on curriculum designed for learning by doing and for easy application at the bank;
- Small class size to increase networking opportunities and personalized instruction;
- A school designed and governed by bankers and taught by experienced bankers and consultants; and
- Reasonable enrollment fees and an academic atmosphere conducive to a stimulating learning experience.
This three-day mini-institute provides the real-estate lending professional with a solid foundation for managing and producing a quality mortgage portfolio. This hands-on institute includes exercises in buying and selling mortgages in the secondary markets, a visit to a construction site, and analysis of the tax return of a self-employed borrower. The institute’s objective is to assist the participants in three areas: improved customer service, more efficient processing and servicing and stronger underwriting. All of these should result in increased earnings from the mortgage portfolio. The “new” underwriting findings are also discussed.
An Attendee will graduate knowing:
- Loan Application & Interviewing
- Secondary Mortgage Market
- Lending to Self-Employed Borrowers
- Regulatory Compliance
- Construction Financing & Site Visit
- Loan Originations
- Loan Processing
The faculty for the 2019 Mortgage Lending School represents a wealth of lending experience and the ability to communicate this experience in an effective & enjoyable manner.
David L. Kemp, Bankers Management, Inc.
Kemp has more than 30 years’ experience and management responsibility in credit administration and new business
development. Before starting his consulting firm, Kemp was vice president and director of credit services for Cannon Financial Institute. He also served as vice president of corporate finance for Citicorp North America and a branch manager and commercial lender for two southern banks. Kemp has also served as a consultant to small businesses in finance, marketing and operations. Curriculum design, case study development, and lead instruction will be provided by Kemp.
Paul R. Osborne, Crowe Horwath, LLP.
Osborne is the Partner responsible nationally for directing the development and support of regulatory advisory services, focusing on consumer compliance, BSA/AML & terrorist financing risk assessments, BSA/AML independent audits, trust department operational & administrative reviews, BSA/AML and trust training, assisting clients with developing functional and effective BSA compliance management programs, consulting with clients & prospects on the feasibility of establishing fiduciary services, and responding to client inquiries with respect to particular regulations or their application. Crowe Horwath LLP currently provides compliance & rust consulting services to over 400 financial institution clients nationwide.
8:30 a.m. Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:00 a.m. Program Begins
12:00 Noon Lunch (included)
1:00 p.m. Program Resumes
5:00 p.m. Program Adjourns Each Day
*School will adjourn at 3:00 p.m. on September 20.
This seminar will be held at the IBA Center for Professional Development, 8425 Woodfield Crossing Blvd, Suite 155E, Indianapolis, IN 46254. Directions, map & list of hotels are available at www.indianabankers.org or by calling 317-387-9380.
Tuition is $599 for IBA Members.
Fees include, casebook, study materials, continental breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks each day.
Participation in IBA programs is limited to members, associate members, and nonmembers from an eligible membership
category at applicable member or non-member rates. Surcharge of 100% for Non-Members. All classes will be held at the IBA Center for Professional Development, 8425 Woodfield Crossing Blvd. Suite 155E, Indianapolis, IN 46240. Students will be
issued a list of hotels in the area and will be responsible for
securing their overnight rooms.
Selection of Applicants
All applications and full registration fees must be received in the IBA office by September 9, 2019. The IBA Board of
Education will consider all applications, determine acceptability and notify the applicant.
Who Should Attend
Bankers who have not been exposed to formal mortgage lending training and lenders who want to broaden their mortgage lending knowledge will benefit from the school. Graduates will be better prepared to serve effectively and profitably as mortgage loan officers. Students should have a solid foundation in the areas of accounting, financial statement analysis, and economics. This understanding can be evidenced by AIB courses, college courses, in-house programs, self-study and/or experience. Students are expected to have had relevant banking experience prior to the school. This means a college degree and at least one year of experience, or a high school diploma and five years of banking experience.
For additional information please contact:
Laurie Rees, Vice President, Education & Training
IBA Education & Training Department - 317-387-9380
Any registrant withdrawing on or before September 2, 2019, will receive a refund less a 10% cancellation fee. For registrants withdrawing after September 2, but on or before September 8, the refund is less a 50% cancellation fee. Any registrant withdrawing after September 7, 2018, or who is a “no show” forfeits the entire tuition. All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing. Extenuating circumstances are reviewed on an individual basis. Substitutions are permitted without added cost or penalty.