Adrian Jones, Deputy CEO of P&C Partners, SCOR joins States Title’s CEO, Max Simkoff to discuss how reinsurance affects the residential mortgage industry and how mortgage companies and insures can work together to simplify the lending process for a better customer experience.
About Adrian Jones:
Adrian Jones is deputy CEO of P&C Partners at SCOR, a French reinsurance company. SCOR operates in 160 countries and has a balance sheet of approximately $50 billion. Prior to joining SCOR, he was head of strategy at RenaissanceRe in Bermuda. Adrian started his career at Bain & Company, the consultancy, where he worked in financial services, real estate, private equity, consumer goods, and other industries in the US and Europe. Adrian holds an MBA from Columbia and a bachelor’s degree from Wharton with concentrations in real estate and finance.
Customizing Lending to the Hispanic Community
The Hispanic community makes up one-fifth of the U.S. population and is a rapidly growing home-buying market, yet mortgage lenders still have many misconceptions about this community about employment, lending, and homeownership.
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Adapting new technology into your mortgage loan process is just the first step in streamlining your in-house procedures. Catch up on our most recent Ask the Expert webinar where nationally recognized underwriter, Dani Hernandez, chats with States Title’s Senior Director of Business Ops, Jessica Shamoun, about the importance of residing your workflow, and the impact the CARES Act and newly announced Adverse Market Refi fee have on our industry.
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