Approved NMLS Provider

The Arizona Mortgage Lenders Association is an approved NMLS classroom provider. In 2018, our NMLS approved course is entitled “Compliance in Action 2018”. 

This course satisfied the requirements set forth by the Secure and Fair Enforcement Mortgage Licensing Act for a comprehensive 8-hour continuing education course for mortgage loan originators. The course covered topics required by the SAFE Act — (3hrs) of federal law, (2hrs) of non-traditional mortgage lending, (2hrs) of ethics (which shall include fraud, consumer protection, and fair lending issues), plus (1hr) of Arizona state law. Details of our 2018 class will be available in late spring.

AMLA has partnered with Genworth to provide our members with outstanding classroom instruction for the 8 hours of CE required by NMLS. Seven of our eight hours are taught by Mary Kay Scully.

Mary Kay ScullyMaryKay Scully is Genworth’s Director of Customer Education, leading the development of our customer education curriculum. With 24 years’ experience at GE/Genworth, she has also served as an E-Business Development Manager, Director of Customer Education and Organizational Effectiveness, and as a Service Center Manager. Prior to Genworth, she held Loan Officer positions at various mortgage companies in the Mid-Atlantic states. MaryKay’s extensive and varied experience make her a nationally sought after instructor and round table participant for topics as far reaching as Purchase Transaction Best Practices to TRID.

MaryKay is a graduate of the National School of Banking and received an MBA in Business Administration/Management from Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT. She has held Series 7 and Series 63 (Uniform Securities Agent License). She holds a Six Sigma Quality, Green Belt Certification and is a Certified Trainer in DiSC Behavioral Profiling.

The one hour of Arizona State Law is taught by Arizona lenders, including Nick Monardo, CNN Mortgage and President of AMLA and Sherry Olsen, Desert Financial and AMLA’s Vice President of Education.