Mortgage Bankers Association's National Secondary Market Conference & Expo 2012
Matthew Previn and Jeff Naimon spoke at the Mortgage Bankers Association's National Secondary Market Conference in New York, NY on May 6-9, 2012.
Matthew Previn spoke in the Litigation Roundup panel:
Our industry finds itself immersed in legal actions — actions against industry participants and actions against regulators. This session is designed to walk attendees through the myriad of developments in the courts. Hear an update on what has taken place in several cases including those involving MERS and private-label MBS.
Jeff Naimon spoke in a panel entitled, "Mortgage Banking Transformation: The Road Ahead":
This session covers the key drivers of change in the industry, including GSE reform, proposed changes to the servicing compensation model, risk retention requirements and the introduction of the qualified mortgage (QM) and the qualified residential mortgage (QRM). While the mortgage industry is currently dominated by large originators / servicers, this session focuses on the impacts across a broad range of constituents, including financial institutions of varying sizes, investors and borrowers.