Company: McCarthy & Holthus, LLP
UTA Member Since: 2012
UTA Committees Served or Positions Held, or UTA Volunteer: Lobby Day: Sacramento (2013, 2014, 2015); Olympia: (2014, 2015). Legislative Committee: Draft Proposed Legislation (2016, 2017), Speaker: San Diego Dinner Meeting (2016), Annual Conference (2016), Author: UTA Quarterly (Spring 2017, Summer 2017), UTA New Member of the Year Award: 2016
Biography: Andrew Boylan is a Partner with McCarthy & Holthus, LLP overseeing Risk Management & Compliance for the firm. After graduating from the University of San Diego, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Spanish, he received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University Of San Diego School Of Law and his MBA from the University Of San Diego Graduate School Of Business Administration. He is a member of the United Trustees Association (UTA) where he previously received the New Member of the Year award, the California Mortgage Bankers Association (CMBA) where he was a part of the group’s Future Leaders Program, and the American Legal & Financial Network (ALFN) where he received the Picture the Future award from the Junior Professional & Executives Group. He has spoken on regulatory and legal compliance issues at numerous mortgage industry events. Mr. Boylan has received the highest possible AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale-Hubbell® by members of the Bar and Judiciary in both legal ability and ethical standards. He is licensed to practice law in the States of California and Washington.
Why I would like to be a member of the Board of Directors and/or my vision for UTA: I believe that I would serve as an asset to our Board of Directors given my professional experience working with trustee companies, my unique concentration on legal and regulatory compliance, and my continual attendance and participation at various industry events. I am proficient on the many laws, regulations, and issues that our members encounter on a daily basis. In a highly-regulated industry like ours, trade groups play an increasingly important role. The UTA already does a great job of providing its members with continuing education, ongoing advocacy efforts, and best practice initiatives. I would continue to refine and build-out these core pillars of our association for the betterment of our members and the industry as a whole. If elected to the Board, I would work toward upping our educational resources and opportunities for members to learn and engage in valuable discussions regarding the implementation and impact of new laws and regulations. I would work toward the advancement of our group while maintaining the vision, mission and goals of our association. Thank you for your consideration and participation in the voting process.