News Topic Oklahoma Business

News Topic: Oklahoma Business

News: Bank Execs Share the Next Generation Customer Experience at #NEXTDC19

Mortgage and Finance News: (EDMOND, Okla.) NEXT Mortgage Events LLC, creator of NEXT women's executive mortgage summit and Housing Finance Strategies, a Washington, D.C.-based advisory firm, have announced that executives from Roostify, Chase Home Lending and TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank, will be featured speakers at #NEXTDC19, the women's executive summit focused on housing policy and fintech.

News: NEXT Wins PROGRESS in Lending Innovations Award

Mortgage and Finance News: (EDMOND, Okla.) NEXT Mortgage Events LLC, creator of the NEXT women's mortgage tech summit, has announced that it was named a winner of the Innovations Award from PROGRESS in Lending Association.

News: NEXT Mortgage Conference Announces Summer Dates: Aug. 26-27, 2019

Mortgage and Finance News: (EDMOND, Okla.) NEXT Mortgage Events LLC, creator of the NEXT women's mortgage tech summit, has announced its summer 2019 event dates. The event, hashtagged #NEXTSummer19, will take place Aug. 26-27, 2019 at The Gwen Hotel in Chicago. Registration will open to the public in April 2019.

News: ReverseVision Voted ‘Best in Show’ by Attendees of NEXT Women’s Mortgage Event in February

Mortgage and Finance News: (EDMOND, Okla.) NEXT Mortgage Events LLC, a creator of events for women mortgage executives, has announced that ReverseVision has been voted Best in Show for the live technology showcase at its February 2019 technology conference. This distinction is awarded to the technology showcase participant that presented the most compelling solution, as determined by attendee vote.

News: NEXT and Global DMS Partner to Raise Funds for Girls Inc. of Tarrant County

Mortgage and Finance News: (EDMOND, Okla.) NEXT Mortgage Events LLC, creator NEXT women's mortgage tech summit and Global DMS, a leading provider of cloud-based valuation management software, have announced that they partnered to create a fundraising event that raised over $2,700 for Girls Inc. of Tarrant County.

News: NEXT™ Mortgage Events Selects Advisory Board

Mortgage and Finance News: (EDMOND, Okla.) NEXT Mortgage Events LLC, a creator of events for women mortgage executives, has announced the selection of the NEXT Advisory Board, a group of eight top mortgage industry executives. NEXT Advisory Board members were selected to advise event organizers on content, assuring that all sessions continue to address the needs of women executives at mortgage lending institutions and GSEs.

News: Credit Plus, DocMagic, Home Captain and Snapdocs Lead Fundraiser, Raising $1,500 for Girls Inc. Dallas at NEXT Women’s Mortgage Event

Mortgage and Finance News: (EDMOND, Okla.) NEXT Mortgage Events LLC, a creator of events for women mortgage executives, has announced that mortgage industry technology providers Credit Plus, DocMagic, Home Captain and Snapdocs collaborated as key benefactors in a charity effort that raised $1,500 for Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas.

News: NEXT Mortgage Conference Announces ‘NEXT Who’s Who’ Winners

Mortgage and Finance News: (EDMOND, Okla.) NEXT Mortgage Events LLC, a creator of NEXT, the mortgage technology conference for women, has announced the winners of the inaugural 2018 NEXT Who's Who list. More than 70 percent of NEXT's inaugural conference attendees participated by naming up to three attendees.

News: Pavaso Leads Charity Effort Benefitting Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas at NEXT Mortgage Conference

Mortgage and Finance News: (EDMOND, Okla.) NEXT Mortgage Events LLC ('NEXT'), a creator of events for women mortgage executives, has announced that Pavaso, a mortgage industry leader in eClosing and consumer management technology solutions, led a charity effort that raised over $2,200 for Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas, at NEXT, the mortgage industry's only technology-centric conference for women executives.

More Than Two Thirds of Americans Not Prepared for Disability says American Fidelity Assurance Company

Mortgage and Finance News: (OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) The average American Fidelity Assurance Company long-term disability is nearly three years. Even though one in five adults experiences a long-term disability, most Americans are ill-prepared to cover expenses if they are unable to work (note 1). The average American could not cover a $400 emergency without selling some of their possessions and 69 percent have less than $1,000 in savings (notes 2, 3).