The National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) is making the most pressing reverse mortgage insights and information a major theme of its upcoming national conference, bringing reverse mortgage professionals from across the country to discuss a series of contemporary issues facing the industry today.
NRMLA’s Annual Meeting, taking place November 18-20 in Nashville, Tenn., features a programming schedule consisting of discussions around security and compliance, marketing best practices and economic factors, as well as a keynote address from Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Commissioner and Acting Deputy Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Brian D. Montgomery.
In terms of the primary objective that NRMLA hopes to accomplish with the programming and event schedule for the members that will be attending, the purpose of the schedule is to allow association members to get the latest information and tools to take their operations in the reverse mortgage industry even further, according to NRMLA EVP Steve Irwin.
“When we put these programs together, we distill a lot of feedback from our members and hope to deliver with content and programming that will enable all of our members to do their jobs better, and to elevate the game,” Irwin told RMD in an interview. “[We want members to] have the most up-to-date information and insights, which can help enable people to do their jobs better, or think differently about how…