MBA's Accounting and Financial Management Conference 2016
Stay one step ahead.
MBA's Accounting and Financial Management Conference 2016 prepares you for the changes that affects your business' bottom-line. This conference provides critical information and insights that are essential to finance and accounting professionals in the single-family and commercial/multifamily real estate finance industry.
After attending this conference you'll have targeted, real-world solutions to today's accounting, regulatory and finance challenges; knowledge to make confident financial decisions in an ever-changing industry; latest accounting principles for financial management; and up to 14.5 CPE credits (subject to full conference participation and approval by your state board of accountancy).
Residential track topics include:
Commercial/Multifamily track topics include:
Who Should Attend
- Residential and commercial / multifamily real estate finance professionals
- CFOs and COOs
- Financial analysts
- Warehouse Lenders
- Internal and independent auditors
- Accounting policy managers
- Tax managers
- Accounting / tax experts
Prerequisites: Does not require any prerequisites.
Program Level: Basic - MBA conference sessions are developed at the knowledge level appropriate to the topic, based on mortgage industry standards to include level, basic.
Fields of Study: Specialized Knowledge, Accounting, Auditing, Finance, Tax
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Live
- Apply current accounting principles to mortgage banking companies, including MSR accounting and valuation, pipeline management, hedge accounting, accounting for credit losses, and classification and measurement of financial instruments.
- Ascertain the mortgage market operating environment via economic and financial performance, risk management and regulatory discussions.
- Compare approaches to stress testing, forecasting and budgeting, and financial reporting.
- Explore cash and balance sheet management strategies, including financing MSRs and transfers, ensuring liquidity and meeting capital and net worth requirements.
- Review secondary marketing best execution alternatives including servicing retained vs. servicing released; portfolio vs sale to others; and whole loan sales vs agency sales.