Tabb Wyllie is an associate director in the banking, insurance, and capital markets practice where he assists clients with process improvement engagements, current state risk assessments, risk and compliance reviews, and technology implementation and enhancement projects in the financial services sector, specializing in consumer lending products and services. Additionally, he has deep experience assisting major financial institutions preparing for and responding to regulatory examinations across servicing and origination lending functions. Tabb has led teams assisting organizations of various size, ranging from regional organizations to top-tier national and global financial institutions in banking, mortgage, and auto finance.
Most recently, Tabb has provided expert advice on credit reporting capabilities for lenders across multiple industries, evaluating credit reporting practices and providing recommendations and assistance to establish and improve organizational capabilities. In addition, Tabb has led multiple credit-reporting-focused projects including current state furnishing assessments, credit reporting remediation projects, and furnishing system development and enhancement. Furthermore, he has assisted clients throughout the systems development life cycle, including business requirements definition, technical specification design reviews, system implementations, and operational and remediation reviews across industries such as mortgage, auto, and unsecured loan products.
Tabb's work in mortgage banking is focused on process analysis and current state risk assessments working with clients to understand, evaluate, and improve operations across loan origination and servicing functions. Relevant experience has included the design and development of automated transaction analysis models, servicing process gap analysis, project management, and regulatory compliance preparedness and change management. Tabb has also assisted major financial institutions prepare for and respond to federal and state level regulatory examinations.