Laurie Maggiano, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s program manager for servicing and secondary markets, has died following a cardiac arrest, according to a family statement posted online. UTA extends its sincere condolences to Laurie’s family. Ms. Maggiano was a key speaker at multiple UTA events, including the 2014 educational conference in Palm Springs. “Laurie was always accessible to UTA and helped us tremendously in understanding the nuances of CFPB rules,” said UTA President, Cathe Cole-Sherburn.
Prior to joining the CFPB, Maggiano was the director of policy for the Treasury’s Office of Homeownership Preservation and played a key role in the creation of the Home Affordable Modification Program. She also was instrumental in the creation of the CFPB’s mortgage servicing rules.