In November, Roostify hosts session with mortgage industry technology frontrunners

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 that takes place on November 18-19, 2019 at the Hotel Kimpton Monaco in Washington, D.C.

The case study style session “The Future is Frictionless” will focus on how two top tier lenders are using innovative technology to transform mortgage originations and the customer experience. Keosha Burns, vice president of public relations at Chase Home Lending and Lakshmi Stockham, senior vice president of technology for retail product and customer acquisition at TD Bank will headline the session moderated by Courtney Keating Chakarun, chief marketing officer for Roostify.

“The customer is the north star and our partners are leading from the front to transform home lending,” said Chakarun. “I am excited to be speaking with Chase and TD Bank at #NEXTDC19, where we will share our vision for the future of customer experience.”

#NEXTDC19 was created for high ranking women executives to strengthen their understanding of housing policy issues and their impact on mortgage businesses. The event includes educational sessions and roundtable discussions featuring dozens of renowned, high profile and noteworthy policy makers, executives and influencers. There will be numerous networking events. Like other NEXT events, #NEXTDC19’s high-utility business content was created specifically for mortgage executives who drive business outcomes.

Discount “Early Bird” tickets for #NEXTDC19 will be available until September 20, 2019. Tickets and more information are available at https://nextdc19.splashthat.com.

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