SCA: Newsletter Update
Big News: One of the great things about SCA is the range of issues we get to see, and the wealth of knowledge we get to tap into while working with dozens of clients on a monthly basis. Today, we'll share some important news about the updated newsletter and blog format. Starting in January, the Spillane Consulting Newsletter will get a new look!
We are upgrading our newsletter & blog!
Spillane Consulting Associates is excited to announce that we will be rolling out a new format for our newsletter and returning to a more consistent schedule.
Thanks to our growing subscribers and loyal readership, SCA will be moving to a newsletter format that will continue to facilitate interaction and engagement. You will continue to receive the same great content and industry insight, with a cleaner, more user-friendly layout. As always, our newsletters will be archived in the "Blog" section of our website.
The Spillane Consulting Newsletter will continue to tap into our vast network to bring you analysis of the mortgage banking industry in New England. Specifically, we will focus on topics such as:
Additionally, we will be adding periodic surveys and linking to industry news articles.
Please keep an eye out for our annual holiday newsletter. Most of these changes will be rolled out in January, so stay tuned! Feel free to reach out to us later in January if you experience any trouble with opening or receiving our new format.
Spillane Consulting Associates has served the residential mortgage lending business since 1991. We have specialized in mortgage banking consulting services and provided quality control reviews, risk management and process consulting and employee training to credit unions, community banks and non-depository institutions. We are a thought leader on the strategic growth of residential mortgage lending. You can learn more by visiting our website, or scheduling a meeting with me or one of my colleagues.
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