Guardian Enhances Compliance Offerings with Mavent's Expert System

Mortgage Banking, August 2004 | Go to article overview

Guardian Enhances Compliance Offerings with Mavent's Expert System


THROUGH AN AGREEMENT WITH LAKEWOOD, Colorado-based Guardian Mortgage Documents (GMD), Irvine, California-based Mavent Inc. has been designated a preferred provider for compliance solutions. The arrangement allows GMD clients to take advantage of Mavent's automated compliance solutions for increased regulatory risk management. Mavent's Expert System technology is available to lenders that require the highest level of quality assurance through an interface with GMD's document engine.

The Mavent Expert System is a comprehensive automated compliance solution for the residential mortgage industry that collects and processes electronic loan data against an extensive legal knowledgebase containing federal, state and local lending laws, rules and regulations. Through an interface between GMD and Mavent, loan data is automatically sent to the Mavent Expert System for screening prior to document production. Mavent's wide-ranging library of consumer credit regulatory reviews supplements the preexisting compliance reviews within GMD's solutions.

"Guardian Mortgage Documents has consistently and successfully executed on its strategy to provide the highest quality solutions to top lenders," said Tim Green, Mavent's chief executive officer. "As a complement to Guardian's leading solutions, the Mavent Expert System enables Guardian to offer lenders unsurpassed protection from the financial and reputational risks of regulatory noncompliance."

The loan data is screened against more than 288 legislative acts, and more than 183 license types and rule sets from 62 regulatory authorities, resulting in more than 100,000 compliance review decision points, according to GMD. …

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