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Compliance Seminar

Tuesday, March 7th

8:30 AM to 3:00 PM

IMBA's next Compliance Seminar is 'just around the corner'!

We have an excellent line-up of speakers from the FBI and the Indiana DFI, as well as IMBA Legal Counsel Tom Dinwiddie. We have also added Scott Weghorst, President of Diehl Mortgage Training & Compliance, and will once again have a panel of IMBA member compliance specialists for a panel discussion and Q & A.

Financial fraud, regulatory examinations, cyber security, the FTC, recent enforcement actions, and more, will be covered by our speakers and panelists. 


8:30 AM

  Registration and Networking
 9:15 AM   Welcome, Sponsor Recognition and Logistics
 9:30 AM   Presentations  Start With Panel Discussion and

Q & A Starting at 2:00PM and concluding at 3:00PM


 Ritz Charles

12156 N Meridian St

Carmel, IN 46032



Registration through 2.15.23 - $99/person

Registration through 2.28.23 - $109/person


Registration through 2.28.23 -  $149/person




Tom Dinwiddie, Partner at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

Tom Dinwiddie has been IMBA's Legal Counsel and Lobbyist for years. He is a partner at Dinsmore, and is one of the most respected real estate attorneys in Indiana.

Tom will be discussing recent developments in compliance, including the FTC's proposed rule to ban non-compete clauses, as well as recent enforcement actions outside of the CFPB.

Scott Weghorst, Owner of Diehl Mortgage Training and Compliance

Scott Weghorst has worked in the industry since 1999 building a mortgage banking firm to one of the top 25 in Indiana in the late 2000's. After this success, Scott switched careers, staying in the mortgage banking industry, but now as the owner of the mortgage training firm, Diehl Mortgage Training and Compliance. As President of Diehl, a firm that has been in business since 1983 and focused on FHA training, he continues to offer that as well as develop a variety and content of courses, as well as effective delivery methods.

He is also a Past President of IMBA (2011), and during his term, started IMBA down the path of offering our Future Leaders Program.

Victoria Madtson, Supervisory Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Victoria Madtson has been an FBI Special Agent for 14 years and currently leads the Indianapolis field office’s Complex Financial Crimes and Health Care squad.  Prior to her current position, she served as a Special Agent on the squad and specialized in investigating corporate fraud, securities fraud, and health care fraud violations.  She is an active member of FBI Indianapolis’ Crisis Management Team and also participates in recruitment and hiring efforts.  She earned an undergraduate accounting degree and a master of business administration from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.  Prior to joining the FBI, she worked in private equity at Goldman Sachs and as an auditor at KPMG LLP.

L. Christopher Knight, Forensic Accountant, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Chris Knight entered on duty with the FBI Detroit Field Office in October 2004 after working two years at a regional public accounting firm. In October 2006, he transferred to the FBI Indianapolis Field Office’s White-Collar Crime squad where he is assigned as a forensic accountant. In this role, he is responsible for the review and analysis of financial evidence received in support of criminal and national security investigations.

In addition to working at the FBI, Knight is an adjunct professor at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business in Bloomington and Indiana University-East where he teaches courses in forensic accounting, fraud examination, and financial forensics.

He routinely speaks on topics associated with fraud, forensic accounting and white-collar crime to various organizations, trade groups and associations. He has written several articles that have been published in Fraud Magazine, a bi-monthly publication of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).

Knight graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with concentrations in accounting and legal studies from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business Bloomington. Additionally, he earned a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati. He is a licensed State of Indiana Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

Nicole Buskill, General Counsel for the Indiana Department of Financial Institutions

Nicole Buskill is the General Counsel for the Indiana Department of Financial Institutions.  She joined the Department in 2018, and in addition to serving as General Counsel, she is the Department’s ethics officer and the Secretary for the Department’s Members Board.  As General Counsel, Nicole advises the Department on depository, consumer credit, and administrative matters, involving federal and state law and federal and state regulations. She also coordinates the Department’s state legislative affairs, and previously served as counsel for local governments focusing on matters of procurement, public works, and eminent domain. 


Alejandro Orozco, CliftonLarsonAllen, Director Financial Institutions
Audience at the event
IMBA Member Panel (L-R) - Alise Phillips, First Merchants Bank, Scott Weghorst, Diehl Mortgage Training and Compliance, Darrell Pennington, Mortgage Masters of Indiana, and Alejandro Orozco, CliftonLarsonAllen
Nicole Buskill, Indiana DFI General Counsel
Rob Green, GVC Mortgage (Education Chair)
Scott Weghorst, Diehl Mortgage Training and Compliance President
Tom Dinwiddie, IMBA Legal Counsel and Lobbyist

2022 Compliance Seminar Photos

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@ Indiana Mortgage Bankers Association

19359 Alpine Drive

Lawrenceburg, IN  47025

Office: (812) 537-1003


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