Education

ALFN WEBINARS
The ALFN conducts many webinars throughout each calendar year and offers members an online archive of one of the most comprehensive legal-based training platforms currently available in the mortgage servicing space. Topics range from hot topics across the country to major regulatory issues to local processing topics. With hundreds of hours of archived training from legal experts across the industry, the ALFN webinar archive is simply the single most valuable educational tool available to mortgage servicing professionals today. Learn More

CONFERENCE SESSIONS
Each year our educational sessions across ALFN live events are sourced from our membership, the experts on the frontlines of mortgage servicing in jurisdictions nationwide. Sessions are developed by industry thought leaders and led by subject matter experts.  Learn More

SERVICER TRAINING
The ALFN offers specific, process level training for mortgage servicers in two formats: regional servicer training events and onsite, customized servicer trainings. Our two Intersect training events (held in Dallas in the Spring and Fall each year) are open to all ALFN members and servicers nationwide. Onsite trainings are customized by topic, geographic area, and presenting firms. Learn More

PUBLICATIONS
The ALFN publishes Legal Updates, the quarterly ANGLE and WILLed magazines, Legalist (member directory), Picture the Future (JPEG young professionals publication) and various other publications throughout the year that offer readers indepth analysis on regulatory compliance and related legal issues of importance to mortgage servicing professionals. Full archives of past publications are available. Learn More

INDUSTRY ADVOCACY
The ALFN periodically coordinates the mortgage servicing industry's largest, national grassroots advocacy effort. This program includes our legislative and regulatory fly-in, Advocacy Day, held periodically in Washington, DC. There, our sessions offer updates to our members and provide a platform for conversations with elected and appointed officials, lawmakers and regulators. Learn More