Mortgage in 2021: Navigating market uncertainty

The pandemic is not only shifting the way we work, live, and think, but it is also accelerating the industry’s digital transformation and consumer demand for a modern mortgage. 2020 was a year of record-breaking originations and low rates, but as lenders look towards 2021, they are faced with continued uncertainty. Join Experian as we take a deep dive into legislative, regulatory, consumer and credit trends that will shape the mortgage industry this year.

JANUARY 28, 2021
@ 10:00 A.M. PT | 1:00 P.M. ET

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  • What the mortgage regulatory environment may look like under the new administration
  • Which consumer trends will impact the housing environment in the new year
  • What strategies and data lenders can utilize to drive digital transformation, operational efficiency, and enhanced decisioning

Stan Baldwin
SVP, Head of Market Engagement
Experian Mortgage and Verification Solutions
Stan is responsible for providing mortgage industry insight and brings more than 35 years of mortgage industry experience. He started his career in mortgage origination and expanded into various solution providers in mortgage insurance, appraisals, closing documents, portfolio analytics, and credit reporting. Stan has held several executive-level positions within the industry including President of Rels Credit, a joint venture between Wells Fargo and CoreLogic. Most recently he was the COO of Informative Research.

Susan Allen
Head of Product
Experian Mortgage
Susan is responsible for developing and executing the Experian Mortgage product roadmap. Susan previously led mortgage analytics and valuation products at CoreLogic, and served as a risk management executive at Chase, GMAC, US Bank, and Comerica Bank. She is a patented inventor having launched solutions named in the HousingWire Tech100 list. Susan has also been named a HousingWire “Woman of Influence”, and to the PROGRESS in Lending’s list of the “Most Powerful Women in FinTech.”

Tony Hadley
SVP, Government & Regulatory Affairs
Tony leads Experian’s legislative and political programs relating to consumer reporting, identity theft, direct marketing, e-commerce and privacy. Tony previously led the Government Affairs program for the Manufactured Housing Institute, a national trade association, and worked as a press secretary and legislative assistant on Capitol Hill.

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