The Mortgage Bankers Affiliation (MBA) offered its annual Ken Markison Legacy Achievement award to Michael Eising, a vp and mortgage compliance supervisor at Retailers Financial institution of Indiana. The recipient retrieved his award Monday on the MBA’s Compliance and Danger Administration Convention.
The prize acknowledges people who’ve distinguished themselves in pursuit of the Licensed Mortgage Compliance Skilled (CMCP) certificates and designation program.
Bob Broeksmit, the MBA’s president and CEO, highlighted Eising’s “unwavering dedication to making sure compliance and regulatory excellence throughout his three-plus a long time within the mortgage business.”
Eising focuses on compliance and regulatory frameworks. He additionally championed academic content material within the business; he wrote for Mortgageeducation.com for nearly seven years. He authored Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) licensing programs for greater than a decade.
As vp and mortgage compliance supervisor at Retailers Financial institution of Indiana, Eising leads regulatory initiatives, oversees enterprise efficiency, and drives course of enhancements inside the mortgage operations division. His overarching responsibility stays to steer the financial institution’s mortgage operations into full alignment with each federal and state authorized mandates. His function brings him in shut collaboration with inner and exterior auditors. His tasks lengthen throughout retail and correspondent originations, operations, and mortgage servicing divisions inside the financial institution.
Beforehand, Eising served as a credit score threat coverage analyst at Freddie Mac, the place he contributed to the event and implementation of credit score threat insurance policies and procedures.