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Dates: 
May 21, 2017 to May 23, 2017

The Texas Mortgage Bankers Association (TMBA) has announced the location and dates of its 101st Annual Convention. This year’s conference, “Defining Our Future,” will be held at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa in San Antonio, Texas, Sunday-Tuesday, May 21-23, 2017. TMBA is expecting record attendance of more than 1,000 registrants.
 
The three-day agenda was developed to offer attendees new information, guidance, trends, insight, and emerging strategies in in the mortgage industry. Notable topics include: Conversation with the Honorable George W. Bush; How Changes in Washington D.C Will Affect the Mortgage Industry; Changes to HMDA and Fair Lending Implications; How the Best Originators in the Country Build Predictable Cash Flow; Technology and our Next 100 Years; Leadership Lessons From Ritz Carlton and Disney; Best Use of Social Media to Grow Your Business; and more.
 
“As an industry, we are operating in an ever-changing, compliance intensive business landscape with a significant degree of uncertainty on the horizon,” said TMBA President Mary Pirrello. “This year’s conference will provide mortgage bankers with invaluable information on new tactics and strategies to help navigate through industry changes and achieve ongoing success and sustainability.”  
 
Keynote speakers include:
 
►George W. Bush—43rd President of the United States and Founder of the George W. Bush Presidential Center
►Bill Hart—Executive Coach, Building Champions
►David Horne—Lobbyist and Consultant, David L. Horne, LLC
►J. David Motley, CMB—Chairman-Elect, Mortgage Bankers Association
►Mark K. Updegrove—CEO, National Medal of Honor Museum
 
Click here for more information, call (512) 480-8622 or e-mail info@texasmba.org.

 
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