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Risk Mitigation Webinar: Lessons All Servicers Can Learn From The National Mortgage Settlement

Chatsworth, California - April 12, 2012

The National Notary Association Invites Risk Managers And Corporate Compliance Professionals To Participate To Increase Consumer Protections, Reduce Liability

As part of the National Mortgage Settlement, authorities have made it clear that proper training and supervision for Notary employees — an often overlooked and abused aspect in the foreclosure “robo-signing” process — is now essential to mitigating corporate risk and reducing legal and financial exposure. To help organizations comply with the Notary provisions of the Settlement, the National Notary Association will present a complimentary webinar, “Lessons All Servicers Can Learn From The Mortgage Settlement,” on April 18 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time.

The “robo-signing” crisis cost five of the nation’s largest mortgage servicers $25 billion due to improper signing, notarizing and handling of foreclosure documents. The webinar — which is being presented at no charge — offers the NNA’s guidance on preventing these problems, including:

  • How to avoid improper practices that lead to costly legal and financial penalties
  • Help fulfilling the Settlement’s training requirements for Notary-employees
  • How to maintain required records of all notarizations performed by employees

To register, visit www.nationalnotary.org/settlementwebinar. For additional information on how the NNA can help you ensure compliance with state Notary regulations, visit www.nationalnotary.org/corporaterisk or contact us at 818-739-4086 or csturdivant@nationalnotary.org.

About the National Notary Association
Established in 1957, the National Notary Association (NNA) is the nation’s foremost professional member organization serving the communities of Notaries in every state. The non-profit NNA is dedicated to educating, serving, and advocating for the 4.8 million Notaries in the U.S. by imparting knowledge and understanding, promoting a positive public perception of the office, and bolstering consumer protection through best practices. The Association’s professional programs, services, and model legislation help Notaries advance their careers and serve the American public with the highest level of professionalism and ethics. To learn more, visit us at NationalNotary.org.