For the first time ever, the National Crime Prevention Council is hosting a virtual conference on how consumers, lenders and servicers can prevent mortgage fraud from occurring.
The “Mortgage Fraud: Protecting Homeowners, Empowering Victims” conference is scheduled for Wednesday, April 10 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The nonprofit organization said the conference is free and features eight sessions each on prevention and serving victims and two live plenary sessions.
Attendees will learn how to prevent mortgage fraud and how to help those who have become victims of mortgage fraud.
Notable speakers who will be presenting at this conference include Michael Bresnick, executive director of the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force, Michael Stolworthy, director of fraud prevention for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Colleen Hernandez, CEO of the Homeownership Preservation Foundation, and Kristen Mahoney, deputy director for the Bureau of Justice Assistance.
Besides the informative sessions, conference attendees will also have direct access to exhibitors and resources of mortgage fraud.
For more information and to register for this event, visit the NCPC website.