Tighter mortgage controls, identity theft and faster switching are blamed for surge in imposter applications for current accounts
In the industry’s mortgage brokering sector he is a licensed mortgage broker and has been a partner at a successful mortgage brokerage, principal broker at a commercial brokerage, and owner of his own boutique brokerage.
As an educator, Mr. White has been educating the mortgage industry for over 13 years and is currently President of the Real Estate and Mortgage Institute of Canada Inc. (REMIC). Mr. White has written two textbooks used in the mortgage industry and by over 20 Ontario colleges, as well as several business focused e-books. He has instructed over twelve thousand students and in 2003 won the Excellence Award for teaching and leadership excellence at Seneca College.
Latest posts by Joe White (see all)
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- Current accounts overtake mortgages as fraud of choice | Money | The Guardian - July 6, 2015