Press release

QuestSoft Hosting Free Virtual Lending Compliance & Risk Management Conference October 26-28

Sponsored by Businesswire

QuestSoft Corporation will host a one-of-a-kind virtual event October 26-28 that will provide lenders educational sessions on compliance and risk management along with networking events. This free event will have a special emphasis on providing practical and realistic guidance on current and future compliance and risk management issues.

The conference will host ten sessions, two social happy hour opportunities, and three networking events. All sessions will be live with the ability to interact with speakers from across the industry, including attorneys and regulators.

“In a time where true collaborative efforts are hindered, QuestSoft is proud to be able to offer an opportunity for industry experts to come together and discuss important topics related to compliance and risk management,” said Leonard Ryan, president and founder of QuestSoft. “We look forward to seeing both new and familiar faces at our conference and discussing the changes that are taking place in the mortgage compliance space.“

Session topics include:

  • What’s Required vs. Necessary
  • Regulator Hot Topics & Concerns
  • The Rapid Race Ahead to Digital Compliance & Risk Management
  • Let’s Improve HMDA Together
  • Being Fair, Responsible, and Profitable
  • CRA Today – What’s Next?
  • NMLS Mortgage Call Report – Where’s NMLS 2.0?
  • HMDA – Big Data, Big Questions for the Future
  • Telling Your Story
  • 2021 – A New Beginning / What’s to Come

Registration and more information can be found at

About QuestSoft®

QuestSoft Corporation is the leading provider of comprehensive compliance software and services for the mortgage, bank and credit union industries. QuestSoft offers HMDA processing and reporting, CRA and fair lending compliance analytics, data management and software design expertise, enabling more than 2,500 customers to simplify and speed the collection, analysis and reporting of key lending data. For more information, call 800-575-4632, ext. 1, or visit