Andrew Liput founded Secure Insight after 10 years of exploring answers to weaknesses he perceived in the area of risk management in the mortgage industry. He has spent more than two decades as an attorney and loss mitigation specialist. Andrew speaks about enhanced risk management to lenders around the country and is known as an authority on mortgage banking issues. He writes regularly on mortgage industry issues for The Mortgage Press and other publications, speaks about mortgage fraud issues at national mortgage banking conferences, and has hosted a widely read blog covering financial industry issues. Andrew also acts as a consultant to banks across the United States on issues such as repurchases, licensing, regulatory matters and loss mitigation arising from mortgage fraud.
Andrew serves on the board of directors for the Center on the Holocaust, Diversity and Human Understanding in New York, and for Bridge the Gap, a New Jersey-based charity that feeds and clothes the homeless. He is a member of Who’s Who of American Lawyers, the American Bar Association, Real Property Section, the Mortgage Bankers Association, ALTA and the American Escrow Association. He is admitted to practice law in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and North Carolina. Andrew has been honored by the Association for Corporate Growth and the Turnaround Management Association for leading efforts to conduct an internal forensic investigation and manage the wind-down of US Mortgage Corp., one of the largest bankruptcy cases in New Jersey caused by mortgage industry fraud and owner defalcation.