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Michael Waldron

Michael Waldron

Chief Compliance Officer

Michael S. Waldron is the Chief Compliance Officer of Bayview Loan Servicing where he is responsible for the Compliance and Oversight Department’s management, leadership and direction as well as the company’s overall compliance strategy.

Prior to joining Bayview, Michael was Practice Leader of Ballard Spahr’s nationally recognized Mortgage Banking Group. With almost 20 years servicing the industry in a wide variety of legal and compliance-related functions, Michael is known for his ability to navigate the regulatory landscape and build relationships that add value to those with whom he works.

Michael received his law degree from Catholic University in Washington, DC, and his undergraduate degree in Government and Law and English from Lafayette College in Easton, PA.

All Michael Waldron's Stories
• Evolving compliance concerns for bank and non-bank servicers • Building an infrastructure to support compliance obligations • Leveraging and managing commercially available tools & techniques • Accessing the nearshore/onshore/offshore opportunities • Compliance risk associated with managing vendors
In this session, our panel will provide you with an interactive opportunity to explore the challenges that remain for the industry after the January 10, 2014 effective date of the New Mortgage Servicing Rules. Operational hurdles will be explored, gray areas will be probed and solutions will be set forth. Join us to get the latest and leverage the experience of others to deliver value to your own platform. Audience open discussion This time will be used to hear how your peers are...
In this interactive session, our panel will navigate the complex mortgage regulatory landscape and provide practical advice on the key issues business and operations leaders need to focus on to implement a scalable compliance management system and prepare for examinations by the CFPB and other regulatory agencies.
Now with the robo-signing scandal behind us and 14 consent order recommendations on the table, how are servicers handling defaults and remaining compliant while creating a good efficient process post-fallout? How have the consent orders affected servicers? Addressing the challenges of the single point of contact (SPOC) directive. How should mid-size and small servicers do business and avoid the same problems? Litigation updates and more.