eClosing: Using Digital Mortgages to Enhance Member Experiences
Date: Tuesday, July 13, 2021
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET |11 a.m. PT
eClosings enable the entire process to be electronic, where it is completely digitized, eSigned, and eNotarized. If your credit union hasn’t encompassed this process yet, it’s not too late.
With eClosing technology on their side, credit unions can ensure that closings are no longer a burdensome process prevalent with stress and inefficiencies. eClosing enhances the experience for both the borrowers and the lenders.
This webcast will help demystify the role that technology plays in creating closing experiences that are more efficient, convenient, and safe for all participants. Attendees will be given a foundation on which to approach their own digital mortgage closing initiatives.
Join this webcast to learn more about the foundational elements of eClosings, including:
- Types of eClosings and the key differences between each type
- The current regulatory and policy landscape that is enabling eClosings
- Best practices for digital mortgage closing implementations
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|Camelia Martin | Head of Industry & Regulatory Affairs| Snapdocs
Camelia Martin has over 16 years’ experience in mortgage finance technology. As Head of Industry & Regulatory Affairs at Snapdocs, she collaborates with a broad spectrum of industry participants to advance the adoption of digital mortgage closings.
Martin has focused expertise in the use of eNotes (electronic promissory notes), and throughout the course of her career she has led a number of digital mortgage initiatives which directly supported programs for key stakeholders such as Ginnie Mae, the Federal Home Loan Banks, and the Mortgage Industry Standards & Maintenance Organization (MISMO). Prior to joining Snapdocs, Martin held senior leadership roles at Falcon Capital Advisors and MERSCORP Holdings (ICE Mortgage Technology).
Martin was selected as a 2020 HousingWire Woman of Influence in recognition of her efforts to accelerate the industry’s adoption of digital mortgage closings. She also currently serves as Co-Chair of MISMO’s Remote Online Notarization Standards and eNote/eVault Interoperability Workgroups.