36 Execs Receive Servicer Degrees
A group of 36 Mortgage Bankers Association graduates of the Certified Mortgage Servicer designation conducted by CampusMBA received their certificates at the MBA's 2007 Mortgage Servicing Conference here. This group of graduates includes the first two Master CMS graduates, the MBA said.
The MBA said CMS is recognized within the industry as "the highest professional designation for loan administration professionals."
To graduate, or earn the CMS title, candidates must score at least 63 points through a combination of experience and CampusMBA curriculum knowledge.
In addition, participants must attend a three-hour online exam that includes multiple-choice questions, an essay and a case study.
Besides CMS, now interested professionals may earn a Master CMS, which is granted after they have earned the "Specialist Designation" in one of the three available tracks: loan administration, financial controls and investor administration, and default administration.
This most recent group of graduates was selected from employees of Fidelity National Information Services.
MBA vice president John Golden praised both participants and the company.
"We want to thank Fidelity National Information Services for their support of the CMS program," he said. "They have been tremendously helpful with course work development and have served as a key example of how an organization can fully integrate the CMS program within their already established training agenda." (c) 2007 Mortgage Servicing News and SourceMedia, Inc. All Rights Reserved. http://www.mortgageservicingnews.com http://www.sourcemedia.com