Compliance Made Simple

Offering non-agency and portfolio products opens up new business opportunities, but it also comes with increased responsibility in today’s regulatory environment. Avoid compliance violations—and the penalties and reputational damage that come with them—by implementing systems that ensure you consistently apply policies and procedures to every loan. Automated technology enables you to document your files with your lending decision so it's easily defensible in a regulatory audit.

Consistency

Consistency

Ensure unbiased and uniform underwriting, as well as objective loan loss reserves calculations.

Control

Control

Ensure loans are originated according to your program guidelines and exceptions are handled consistently.

Profitability

Profitability

Avoid costly penalties from compliance violations, and streamline the auditing of your lending decisions.

Transparency

Transparency

Retain and demonstrate your evidence of compliance with a detailed findings report on every loan you approve or deny.

Ensure Fair Lending

Demonstrate a consistent, quality underwriting process is being used to manufacture non-agency, ATR-compliant loans. Our technology provides a breakdown of each underwriting and pricing guideline, including factors not visible to regulators in the new HMDA report, so you are prepared to defend against any Fair Lending violation “false positives”.

 
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Calculate CECL with Certainty

Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) is the new expected loss accounting model for estimating the allowance for loan and lease losses. Our technology delivers an objective calculation for loan loss reserves under the new regulation, as well as loan-level analysis to ensure accuracy and CECL compliance.

 
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Designed for Financial Institutions

Built by top engineers with years of mortgage industry expertise, our technology helps you ensure the consistent application of guidelines and regulatory requirements.

Let’s discuss how we can further your mortgage business.

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