Gerren Mobley is a Senior Manager with Treliant. With over 20 years of professional experience in financial services, he has extensive knowledge in consumer financial protection, particularly on rules and regulations targeted towards loss mitigation and default servicing. Additionally, Gerren has an extensive background in areas such as risk management, CMS reviews, process mapping, control validation and testing, regulatory change management, process improvement, issues management, remediation, and corrective action planning and the execution thereof.
Since joining Treliant, Gerren has been providing project management and subject-matter expertise on engagements related to mortgage origination, litigation support, forensic file reviews related to enforcement actions, program management, due diligence, consent orders, and regulatory audits. He works closely with a broad range of clients and stakeholders, including top law firms, mortgage originators and servicers, regional and national banks, and regulators from the CFPB, OCC, SEC, and the CFTC. As a program lead and licensed Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) for Treliant Mortgage Services, LLC (TMS). Gerren oversees the daily operations of TMS and provides administrative and augmented support to banks and independent mortgage companies for their origination and servicing staffing needs.
Prior to joining Treliant, Gerren worked in the Legal-Compliance Division at Morgan Stanley, advising employees and executive management on matters related to employee trading policies, outside business activities, private investments, and investigating potential violations of Morgan Stanley’s global trading policies and the rules and regulations promulgated by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Gerren has also worked in the Office of General Counsel as a dual employee of FINRA’s Code of Conduct Group and its Appellate Group where he assisted on topics such as conflicts of interest, appeals from the Office of Hearing Officers (OHO), and with its National Adjudicatory Council (NAC). Before attending law school, Gerren was a licensed stock trader for First Citizens Bank where he traded stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and options for clients and the bank’s managed account platform.
Gerren holds a JD from Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law and a BS in Business Management-Finance from North Carolina State University. He is also admitted to practice law in the state of Maryland.