Tag Archives: Madeline Johnson

Obtaining mortgage loan information with artificial intelligence

Applying for a mortgage loan is a process that requires a lot of information to make an informed decision. Even in this digital age the process of obtaining a mortgage remains complex. Can artificial intelligence (AI) technology that makes recommendations based on research from consumer organizations and federal agencies help? Milliman consultant Madeline Johnson looks at the question in her article “Couch surfing for mortgage loans.”

Milliman consultant speaking at Mortgage Bankers Association forum

Milliman consultant Madeline Johnson, CMB, will speak at the 2017 MBA Risk Management, QA and Fraud Prevention Forum this September in Miami, Florida. She is scheduled to speak at the session entitled “QC for Purchase Markets” on Monday, September 25.

The three-day forum will be held from September 24 to 26. For more information on the talk and forum, click here.

Lender credit risk transfer considerations for government-sponsored enterprises

One of the roadblocks for lender credit risk transfer (CRT) has been a lack of knowledge and understanding of the risk/reward profile of a potential lender CRT transaction. This article by Milliman’s Madeline Johnson and Jonathan Glowacki provides an overview of lender CRT and uses public information to demonstrate the expected premium and loss rates for a potential lender CRT transaction.

This article was originally published in the March/April 2017 issue of Secondary Marketing Executive.