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Lew Ranieri and CFPB Deputy Director Date Among Headliners at Upcoming MBA Secondary Conference

May 03, 2012

Lew Ranieri, considered the “father” of the mortgage securitization market; Raj Date, Deputy Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB); and Scott Simon, managing director and head of the mortgage- and asset-backed securities teams at PIMCO, are among the speakers at the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA)'s Secondary Market Conference & Expo, set for Sunday-Wednesday, May 6-9, 2012 at the Marriot Marquis in New York City. Other keynote speakers scheduled for the Secondary Market Conference & Expo include: ►David H. Stevens, MBA's President and Chief Executive Officer ►Michael W. Young, MBA's Chairman and Chairman of the Board, Cenlar FSB ►Richard Dorfman, Managing Director, Securitization Group, Securities Industry and Financial Market Association ►James B. Lockhart III, Vice Chairman, WL Ross & Co., LLC ►Laurie Goodman, Senior Managing Director at Amherst Securities ►Byron Boston, President and Chief Investment Officer, Dynex Capital, Inc ►Anna Pinedo, Partner, Morrison & Foerster, LLP ►Paul Begala, Political Analyst, CNN ►Tucker Carlson, Journalist and Political Commentator, Fox News ►Jay Brinkmann, MBA's Chief Economist and Senior Vice President, Research and Education ►Michael Fratantoni, MBA's Vice President, Research and Economics ►Vicki Beal, Senior Vice President - Transaction Management, Clayton Holdings, LLC ►Thomas Cronin, CMB, Managing Director, The Collingwood Group, LLC ►Kathryn Kelbaugh, Vice President, Senior Analyst, Moody's Corporation ►Stephen Ornstein, Partner, SNR Denton ►Roelof Slump, Managing Director, Fitch Ratings Topic sessions at the conference will include: ►The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, including risk retention, SEC reporting and other compliance issues ►Revitalization of the RMBS market ►The secondary market impact of primary market compliance with RESPA, TILA, HVCC, GFE and SAFE ►Dealing with the challenges of repurchases and indemnity demands from investors and the government ►Accounting and capital changes, including Basel Capital Accord provisions ►The future of the GSEs ►Changing regulations: QRM, QM, REITs, servicing compensation, loan limits, Reg AB ►Changing environment: Fed policy, the European situation, signs of life in the housing market, impact of the 2012 election, the declining role of the GSEs. In addition, the conference had added several new networking events this year, including Cocktails and Correspondents, an opportunity for correspondent lenders to meet with current and potential customers, and News and Networking, featuring remarks from Nick Timiraos, lead housing and mortgage reporter at The Wall Street Journal.
May 03, 2012