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How AI Is Changing Mortgage

Digital"Artificial intelligence" is one of those industry buzzwords that is often mentioned but not always fully understood. On Thursday, June 13, DS News' sister publication, MReport, is joining forces with sponsor AI Foundry for a deep dive into the topic with a complimentary new webinar entitled "Intelligent Lending: Roadmap to ROI Using AI Technology."

Following on the success of their "Intelligent Lending: The Rise of AI" webinarMReport and AI Foundry are once again joining forces to continue the conversation about how artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the mortgage industry. Industry experts will dive into the topic during an informative roundtable discussion of trends and challenges lenders face when incorporating AI into existing processes, how the technology can reduce the cost per loan, and more.

Scheduled for June 13 from 12-1 p.m. CDT, this insightful webinar is sponsored by AI Foundry and features participants from that organization as well as from Citizens BankEllie Mae, and Teraverde Management Advisors.

  • Stephen Butler, Founder and President, AI Foundry
    Stephen Butler leads AI Foundry, which automates and streamlines enterprise business operations. Under his leadership, AI Foundry creates software solutions that makes data “actionable.” Butler's leadership includes CEO positions for high-performance data analysis, enterprise software, system management, and CAE companies.
  • James Deitch, Co-Founder & CEO, Teraverde Management Advisors
    James M. Deitch is an entrepreneur, having founded two national banks, several mortgage banking ventures, and four technology-oriented companies. He currently serves as co-founder and CEO of Teraverde group of companies, which helps banks and mortgage bankers achieve greater profitability, streamlined operations and process improvement while staying fully compliant with regulatory requirements. Prior to Teraverde, Deitch was co-founder, Chairman and CEO of American Home Bank N.A. Deitch authored the No. 1 bestselling books Digitally Transforming the Mortgage Banking Industry and Strategically Transforming the Mortgage Banking Industry.
  • Manish Garg, VP, Product Management, Ellie Mae
    Manish Garg leads the Ellie Mae Data, Analytics, and Machine Learning product teams. Over his career, he has led several key technology initiatives and has built big data and machine-learning platforms at multiple organizations of varying size. At Ellie Mae, Garg and his team are building an AI infrastructure for mortgage industry to make mortgage origination more cost effective, streamlined, and less risky for borrowers, lenders, and investors.
  • Nate Spiegel, VP, Process Improvement & Change Execution, Citizens Bank
    Nate Spiegel leads improvement and strategy focused initiatives for Citizens Bank’s Consumer Loan and Specialty Operations. Bringing over 12 years of engineering, program management, and change execution experience in the financial services and manufacturing industries, Spiegel ensures that Citizens is constantly evaluating and integrating cutting-edge fintech and industry best practices into its operational model for optimal efficiency, effectiveness, and competitiveness in today’s market.

You don't want to miss out on this complimentary webinar. Click the image below to register now.

About Author: David Wharton

David Wharton, Editor-in-Chief at the Five Star Institute, is a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington, where he received his B.A. in English and minored in Journalism. Wharton has nearly 20 years' experience in journalism and previously worked at Thomson Reuters, a multinational mass media and information firm, as Associate Content Editor, focusing on producing media content related to tax and accounting principles and government rules and regulations for accounting professionals. Wharton has an extensive and diversified portfolio of freelance material, with published contributions in both online and print media publications. He can be reached at [email protected].

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