Taylor is co-founder & Managing Director of Digital Risk
January 13, 2017: Digital Risk’s co-founder & Managing Director Jeffrey C. Taylor was among those sworn in on January 10 to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) 2017 Board of Directors at the opening ceremony of MBA’s Annual Convention & Expo in Boston, Massachusetts.
Digital Risk, headquartered in Orlando, is a provider of technology solutions to the financial services industry. The company has deep expertise in residential mortgage, consumer lending, and other regulated industries.
The MBA, based in Washington, DC, represents more than 2,200 companies in all facets of the real estate finance industry. The group develops tools and training programs while acting as the industry’s voice on legislative and regulatory issues, and developing open and fair standards and practices for the industry. Its Board of Directors, consisting of 26 elected members and one ex-officio member, president and CEO David H. Stevens, set the association’s strategic direction and oversee the management of its affairs.
As managing director at Digital Risk, Taylor sets the strategic vision for the company’s business development and marketing. He has been at the forefront of addressing challenges faced by the mortgage industry across origination, quality control and compliance.
Jeff is already a voice for the industry as a frequent guest on financial television networks such as CNBC, Fox Business News, and Bloomberg, as well as a source to top-tier news outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, sharing keen insights on the US mortgage market and the economy.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to be part of the MBA team. Digital Risk works closely with the Mortgage Bankers Association as a whole, as well as many of its members individually,” said Taylor. “Our industry is stronger and safer than ever, and it will be an honour to help chart the MBA’s course over the next few years and to continue to craft the best industry practices and advocate for policies that will maximise home-ownership in the United States.”