Harnessing the Power of Big Data at Freddie Mac

Harnessing the Power of Big Data at Freddie Mac

Tuesday, June 19
4:00 PM - 4:40 PM
Meeting Room 230A

Freddie Mac makes homeownership and rental housing more accessible and affordable. Operating in the secondary mortgage market, we keep mortgage capital flowing by purchasing mortgage loans from lenders so they in turn can provide more loans to qualified borrowers. Our mission to provide liquidity, stability, and affordability to the U.S. housing market in all economic conditions extends to all communities from coast to coast.
We're using big data and advanced analytics to create powerful enhancements to better meet our customer’s needs: automated collateral evaluation, automated assessments for borrowers without credit scores, immediate certainty for collateral rep and warranty relief, and coming soon automated asset and income validation.
We’re building tools to help our customers cut costs and give them rep and warranty relief sooner in the loan manufacturing process.
We’ve designed Loan Advisor Suite with lenders to give our customers greater certainty, usability, reliability and efficiency. It's a simpler, better way to do business.
More Tools - Access powerful solutions for every stage of the loan production process.
More Loans - Increase output with automated data management and user-friendly controls.
Less Risk = Get alerted to loan issues and take action the moment they occur.
Hear the story of how ACE helped Freddie Mac reimagine the mortgage process and how HDP helped make it possible.

Presentation Video

SPEAKERS

Dennis Tally
Director
Freddie Mac
Dennis is responsible for the execution of a multi-year business data strategy for Freddie Mac's Single Family (SF) division with a specific focus area on business intelligence and analytics enablement. As a shared data asset owner and data steward he is responsible for the SF Datamart, the Big Data Analytic Platform and several analytical tool implementations. He launched a joint IT and business Big Data CoE and chairs enterprise BI and Analytics CoPs. He was an IT Development Director for ten years where he led the creation of a centralized IT data delivery department before moving to the business in 2014 to help stand-up SF Data Governance and Management. He was a Senior Principal at American Management Systems (now CGI Federal) where he led the development and operations of an internal data warehouse and a global web-based BI application.