New York Mortgage Bankers Association (NYMBA) Inducts Natalie Grigg to Board of Directors
Natalie Grigg, Partner of Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP was inducted to NYMBA's Board of Directors during the New York Mortgage Bankers Conference (NYMBA) Annual Convention.[ROCHESTER, NY, Tuesday, June 21, 2022] Natalie Grigg, Partner of Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP was inducted to NYMBA's Board of Directors during the New York Mortgage Bankers Conference (NYMBA) Annual Convention, held in Saratoga, New York on June 7-9, 2022. Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Albany, NY, the NYMBA is a statewide organization devoted exclusively to the field of real estate finance. Its membership is comprised of bank and non-bank lenders and servicers and mortgage industry related firms.
Grigg is the Chair of Woods Oviatt Gilman's Default Services Department and a frequent lecturer with the NYMBA. She is a long-standing proponent of providing timely and relevant updates to her law firm's clients. Her active membership with the NYMBA strengthens this propensity and provides opportunities to closely monitor and participate with the New York Legislature, lenders and other government entities on pressing real estate finance related issues. At this year's convention, Grigg also participated on a live panel to discuss mortgage defaults and how processes have been impacted post pandemic.
Since 1852, Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP has been providing legal services to its private and corporate clients throughout Western New York. The firm's Default Services Department was formed over twenty-five years ago to represent local, regional and national institutional and private lenders and servicers in residential and commercial foreclosure matters. As a Meritas member firm, the firm is widely respected amongst a global network of business law firms.
NYMBA was formed to encourage its members to engage only in sound and ethical business practices, and to inform its members of changes in the laws and regulations affecting the mortgage business. The association helps those engaged in or affected by the mortgage business to be better informed and more knowledgeable. It is dedicated to the maintenance of a strong real estate finance system. This involves support for a strong economy, a public-private partnership for the production and maintenance of single and multi-family homeownership opportunities, and a strong secondary mortgage market.