Chairmans 2016

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Sunday, June 5, 2016

Monday, June 6, 2016

  • Attendee Breakfast

    Location: Ponce Patio

  • Registration and Hospitality Room

    Location: Ponce de Leon 5

  • Opening General Session and Update from Washington

    Location: Ponce de Leon 4


    Speaker(s)

    Bill Emerson, 2016 MBA Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Quicken Loans, Inc.

    David H. Stevens, CMB, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mortgage Bankers Association

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    Join us for opening remarks by MBA’s Chairman, Bill Emerson, CEO of Quicken Loans, and an update on Washington policy by MBA’s President and CEO, David H. Stevens, CMB.

    Bill Emerson
    2016 MBA Chairman
    Chief Executive Officer, Quicken Loans, Inc.

    David H. Stevens, CMB
    President and Chief Executive Officer
    Mortgage Bankers Association

    Speaker(s)

    Bill Emerson, 2016 MBA Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Quicken Loans, Inc.

    Bill Emerson is MBA’s 2016 Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Quicken Loans, Inc. Emerson joined the company in 1993 as a mortgage banker. Emerson’s leadership ability afforded him the opportunity to run several business units at Quicken Loans, as well as lead mortgage operations for the company, where he was responsible for driving performance within Quicken Loans’ businesses. In February of 2002, Emerson was promoted to Chief Executive Officer.

    Bill is an active spokesperson on the housing industry and has testified before the United States Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs and the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit. He serves as Chairman of the Mortgage Bankers Association. In addition, Bill is the former Chairman of MBA's Diversity Committee and former Vice-Chairman of MBA's Residential Board of Governors. He serves on the MBA's Board of Directors and is a member of the Financial Services Roundtable's Housing Policy Council and the HPC's executive council.

    David H. Stevens, CMB, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mortgage Bankers Association

    David H. Stevens, CMB is President and CEO of MBA. Prior to assuming this position, Dave served as the Assistant Secretary for Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

    Dave has more than 30 years of experience in mortgage finance and has held several executive level positions in sales, acquisition, investment, risk management and regulatory oversight, including positions in senior management with Wells Fargo, Freddie Mac and World Savings. Prior to his appointment by the Obama Administration to serve at HUD, Dave was President and COO of the Long and Foster Companies.

    He is known inside the beltway as a key housing influential; serving as an industry authority on major mortgage finance legislative and regulatory issues. Dave is often quoted in the national media and regularly appears trade media on issues affecting the mortgage and housing markets. Among numerous honors, Dave received the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) Founders Award in 2013, has been named to Bloomberg’s “50 Most Powerful People in Real Estate” list, and was twice recognized as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders” by Inman News.

    He currently serves on the Hope Loan Port board of directors, the board of MBA Opens Doors Foundation, MBA's national 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization for philanthropic ventures, and as an advisory board member of the newly formed J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America's Families.

  • Industry Perspectives from Tim Mayopoulos

    Location: Ponce de Leon 4


    Speaker(s)

    Timothy Mayopoulos, President and Chief Executive Officer, Fannie Mae

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    Join us for a special opportunity to hear form a key industry executive, Timothy Mayopoulos of Fannie Mae, on his view of today's mortgage market and what lies ahead.

    Speaker(s)

    Timothy Mayopoulos, President and Chief Executive Officer, Fannie Mae

    Timothy J. Mayopoulos is Fannie Mae's President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and a member of the company's Board of Directors. He joined Fannie Mae shortly after it was placed in conservatorship during the financial crisis, and he has played an integral role in the successful recovery of the company. As President and CEO, Mr. Mayopoulos is focused on sustaining Fannie Mae’s efforts to support the U.S. mortgage market and on driving the company's contributions to creating a better housing finance system for the future.

    Mr. Mayopoulos brings more than 25 years of experience to his leadership post. He joined Fannie Mae in April 2009 as Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary, and in 2010 he was appointed Chief Administrative Officer. Prior to joining Fannie Mae, Mr. Mayopoulos was Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Bank of America Corporation. Previously, he served in senior management roles at Deutsche Bank AG, Credit Suisse First Boston, and Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, Inc. Mr. Mayopoulos serves on the Board of Directors of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), a technology and engineering company.

  • Refreshment Break

    Location: Ponce de Leon Foyer

  • Tackling the Future – and Staying Ahead

    Location: Ponce de Leon 4


    Speaker(s)

    David B. Lowman, Executive Vice President, Single-Family Business, Freddie Mac

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    Dave Lowman shares his thoughts on the changing state of the industry and how today’s leaders can create the best path forward.

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    David B. Lowman, Executive Vice President, Single-Family Business, Freddie Mac

    David B. Lowman is the executive vice president for the Single-Family Business at Freddie Mac and has held that role since May 2013. A member of the company's senior operating committee, he reports directly to CEO Don Layton.As head of Single-Family, Lowman has broad responsibility for the line of business, including managing the company's relationships with its Seller/Servicers, the performance of Freddie Mac's guarantee book of business, securitization of new business, and all sourcing, servicing and business operations.

    Lowman has worked in the mortgage and consumer finance business for over 30 years at some of the nation's largest mortgage operations, including serving as CEO of Chase Home Lending from 2006 to 2011, and senior leadership roles in various lending businesses of Citigroup prior to that. Before joining Citigroup, Lowman spent 11 years at The Prudential Home Mortgage Company, Inc. He started his career in the Washington, D.C. office of KPMG where his clients included banks, thrifts and mortgage bankers.

  • Refreshment Break

    Location: Ponce de Leon Foyer

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    Learn how to roll like a pro!

    The Breakers' very own sushi chef - from award-winning Echo restaurant - will demonstrate techniques for making sushi, sashimi, tataki and a variety of innovative rolls.  After the demonstration, you will enjoy the fruits of your own labor, as well as other delicious Asian fare, paired with sake. 

  • The Uberization of Money with Zachary Karabell

    Location: Ponce de Leon 4


    Speaker(s)

    Zachary Karabell, Global Economy and Politics, Author of The Leading Indicators

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    The familiar middlemen of 20th century banking and investing are giving way to something very different-- online interfaces that utilize vast amounts of data to customize interactions and make faster connections. Imagine the future of finance, and the impact on the real estate sector, with global economic expert Zachary Karabell, Peer-to-peer lending, consumer preferences (including millennials and the unbanked) and other trends all lead to unprecedented opportunities  and risks, and Karabell says “bring it on.”

    Speaker(s)

    Zachary Karabell, Global Economy and Politics, Author of The Leading Indicators

    Zachary Karabell is an acclaimed expert on global economics and the author of 13 books on business, economic trends, and history. His expertise is regularly sought-after by top national media, and he is a contributor for POLITICO, CNN, CNBC, and MSNBC. From the interconnectedness of the world’s financial markets all the way down to how fiscal policy affects American business, he addresses the trends that will most affect our economy and lives in the years to come and challenges common assumptions in the discussion of global economics.


    Karabell was the executive vice president and chief economist at Fred Alger Management and president of Fred Alger and Company. A recognized authority on the emergence of China in the global economy, he served as the portfolio manager of the China-U.S. growth fund, which won a five-star designation from Morningstar. He was also executive vice president of Alger’s Spectra Funds, which launched the Spectra Green Fund based on the idea that profit and sustainability are linked.


    He sits on the board of the New America Foundation, is a senior advisor for Business for Social Responsibility, is vice chairman of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

  • Lunch

    Location: Ponce Patio

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    Boxed lunch provided on Golf Veranda

  • CREF Roundtable Discussion: Looking Over the Horizon

    Location: Ponce de Leon 3


    Speaker(s)

    Thomas T. Kim, Senior Vice President, Commercial/MultiFamily, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Byron Boston, President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer, Dynex Capital, Inc.

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    As a senior executive, you chart the course for your organization. Join your peers for an opportunity to brainstorm on the future of our industry and gain insights to inform your business strategy. This facilitated discussion will touch upon what may lie ahead for CRE finance after anticipated maturities in 2016 and 2017 subside; how workforce trends could change the dynamics of commercial real estate; whether CRE finance would remain in favor vis-a-vis other fixed income assets; and how emerging technologies could potentially disrupt existing CRE lending business models. Sharpen your pencils and your thinking, and join us for this thought-provoking discussion.

    Speaker(s)

    Thomas T. Kim, Senior Vice President, Commercial/MultiFamily, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Thomas T. Kim is Senior Vice President of Commercial/Multifamily at the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA). In this capacity, Tom manages MBA's Commercial/Multifamily Group in representing the interests of member companies in the commercial/multifamily real estate finance industry. He oversees and leads public policy activities, including matters relating to financial services regulation, multifamily housing finance, commercial mortgage securitization, portfolio lending and commercial mortgage servicing. Tom also manages the development of best practices and industry standards, and advises MBA's Commercial Real Estate/Multifamily Finance Board of Governors (COMBOG). Prior to joining MBA, Tom served as Associate General Counsel at Freddie Mac, where he advised the company on a broad range of legal, regulatory and public policy matters. Previously, he was in-house counsel at the Investment Company Institute, the national association of the mutual fund industry, where he focused on legislative and regulatory matters affecting mutual funds and their shareholders. Tom is also a co-founder and board member of Justice Ventures International, a non-profit organization that combats human trafficking and promotes economic development in developing countries.

    Byron Boston, President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer, Dynex Capital, Inc.

    Byron Boston is President, CEO, and Chief Investment Officer of Dynex Capital, a leading Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). Mr. Boston is responsible for strategy and operations as well as fostering and maintaining key relationships with shareholders, creditors, and dealers. He leads the day-to-day investment, financing, hedging, and financial reporting decisions and is also responsible for overseeing the implementation of technology infrastructure strategy. Mr. Boston is a member of the Dynex board, serving as Chairman of the Management Investment Committee and the Investment and Risk Committee.

    Mr. Boston has more than 30 years’ experience. He has built two publicly traded financial companies and has served in senior leadership roles in asset management and investment banking for companies such as Sunset Financial Resources, The Redwood Trust Inc., and Freddie Mac. Mr. Boston started his career on Wall Street as a trader and banker, first with Chemical Bank as Corporate Banking Officer then with Credit Suisse First Boston. He is currently a board member of the MBA and The Salzburg Global Seminar.

  • Residential Breakout Session: What is FinTech REALLY and Why Should We Care?

    Location: Ponce de Leon 4


    Speaker(s)

    Pete Mills, Senior Vice President, Public Policy & Industry Relations, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Garth Graham, Senior Partner, STRATMOR Group

    Michael Fratantoni, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President, Research and Industry Technology, Mortgage Bankers Association

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    Bitcoin, marketplace lenders, payment processors – potential disruptors to traditional finance systems are in the news daily, but what does it mean? Open your eyes and imagination to what FinTech really is, what it means for the mortgage market, and what you need to know to plan for its growth. Deepen your understanding of the full range of possibilities, from front-end consumer-facing trends, to  marketplace lending with new underwriting techniques, to back-end efficiencies in servicing and secondary execution. Whether you’re with a big bank, and IMB or community bank, get information you need to tackle important issues you face, such as  whether to be a first adopter or fast follower, what you risk if you’re “left behind,” and what’s at the intersection  of FinTech and regulation.

    Speaker(s)

    Pete Mills, Senior Vice President, Public Policy & Industry Relations, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Pete Mills is Senior Vice President of Residential Policy and Member Engagement at the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA). In this position, he leads MBA's residential policy team and state and local advocacy program, directs MBA's residential member engagement and recruitment efforts, and oversees business development for industry education and professional development programs under the MBA Education brand. Pete is a regular guest speaker on major policy issues.

    Mills is an experienced financial services industry executive with 30 years of expertise in public affairs, government relations, public policy and research, all in the housing and mortgage finance arena. Most recently, he served as Managing Director of the Community Mortgage Banking Project, a public policy organization that represents the interests of companies and coalitions involved in the housing and mortgage finance industries.

    During his career, Mills lead corporate public affairs for Countrywide Financial, managed trade association policy advocacy for the California Mortgage Bankers Association and the California Association of Realtors, and conducted housing policy research at the Federal Reserve Board.

    Garth Graham, Senior Partner, STRATMOR Group

    Garth Graham heads STRATMOR Group’s marketing strategy and execution practice, which focuses on lead generation and lead management methods and practices primarily for the consumer direct and retail mortgage origination channels. Graham has over 25 years of experience in sales and marketing, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to successful startups.  He was one of the founders of mortgage.com, and was an executive at ABN-AMRO Mortgage before it’s $9 billion sale to Citigroup in March of 2007 which closed before the market downturn. 

    Michael Fratantoni, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President, Research and Industry Technology, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Michael Fratantoni is MBA's Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of Research and Industry Technology. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing MBA's industry surveys, benchmarking studies, economic and mortgage originations forecasts, industry technology efforts, and policy development research for both single-family and commercial/multifamily markets. Additionally, Fratantoni is president and member of the Board of Directors of the Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization (MISMO). He also serves on the CSP's Industry Advisory Group.

    Prior to joining MBA, Fratantoni worked in the industry in risk management and senior economist roles at Washington Mutual and Fannie Mae, and was responsible for assessing macroeconomic, regional, housing, and mortgage market trends, and providing technical expertise regarding credit pricing and mortgage policy issues.

  • Tennis Round Robin (Optional)

    Location: Breakers Tennis Courts

  • Reception

    Location: Mediterranean Courtyard

  • Dinner

    Location: The Circle Room

  • MORPAC Event (By Invitation Only)

    Location: Mediterranean Courtyard

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

  • Attendee Breakfast

    Location: Ponce Patio

  • Registration and Hospitality Room

    Location: Ponce de Leon 5

  • Political Outlook with Charlie Cook

    Location: Ponce de Leon 4


    Speaker(s)

    Charlie Cook, Editor and Publisher of the Cook Political Report, Columnist for the National Journal

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    For more than two decades Charlie Cook has been a trusted and accurate voice on the political and legislative environments. In this special appearance, hear his entertaining and comprehensive analysis of the 2016 election based on the very latest poll numbers, economic indicators and historical data.

     

    Speaker(s)

    Charlie Cook, Editor and Publisher of the Cook Political Report, Columnist for the National Journal

    Charlie Cook is Editor and Publisher of the Cook Political Report and Columnist for the National Journal. For more than two decades he has been Washington’s most trusted – and most accurate – voice on all things political, whether it’s the outcome of a Congressional, gubernatorial, or presidential election.


    Cook’s expertise has been featured on the ABC, CBS, and NBC evening news programs, as well as Good Morning America, TODAY, Nightline, Meet the Press, and This Week. He has also been an election night analyst for CNN, CBS, and NBC News and for every presidential election since 1994. He founded the Cook Political Report in 1984, and became a twice-weekly columnist for Roll Call, Capitol Hill’s premier newspaper, before joining the National Journal Group in 1998.

    Charlie Cook also served as a resident fellow at the Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard during the spring semester of 2013.

  • Refreshment Break

    Location: Ponce de Leon Foyer

  • Executive Perspectives on Market Dynamics

    Location: Ponce de Leon 4


    Speaker(s)

    Brian F. Stoffers, CMB, Global President, Debt & Structured Finance, CBRE Capital Markets

    Michael Weinbach, Senior Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, Mortgage Banking, Chase

    Rodrigo López, CMB, 2016 MBA Chairman-Elect, Executive Chairman, NorthMarq Capital Finance, L.L.C.

    Jay Bray, President and Chief Executive Officer, Nationstar Mortgage LLC

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    Leaders from key industry organizations provide their perspectives on today’s residential, commercial and multifamily markets, including global and domestic risk management, capital diversification, liquidity and more.

    Speaker(s)

    Brian F. Stoffers, CMB, Global President, Debt & Structured Finance, CBRE Capital Markets

    Brian Stoffers oversees the Debt & Structured Finance practice at CBRE. Under his leadership, nearly 140 professionals have originated approximately $181 billion in loan volume since 2007. Additionally, this practice maintains a loan services portfolio of more than $135 billion globally. Mr. Stoffers has extensive experience in the origination, structuring, placement, closing and servicing of commercial real estate debt for life insurance companies, pension funds, banks, savings and loans, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, FHA and Wall Street sources. Prior to the CB Richard Ellis acquisition of L.J. Melody in 1996, Mr. Stoffers was Senior Vice President and Southwest Regional Manager for CB Commercial's mortgage banking division. Mr. Stoffers began his career with Coldwell Banker Commercial in 1981 and became a senior real estate finance officer in the firm's La Jolla, CA, office.

    Michael Weinbach, Senior Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, Mortgage Banking, Chase

    Mike Weinbach is Senior Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of Mortgage Banking at Chase. Mike has held a variety of roles with Chase across the Consumer and Community Banking franchise including Head of Mortgage Servicing, Head of National Sales for Consumer Banking, National Sales Executive for Branch Business Banking, CFO for Consumer Banking, Retail Banking Market Manager, and Product & Pricing CFO for Chase Auto Finance.

    Mike joined the Chase Retail management team in 2003 after operating a small business specializing in workforce motivational products and services. Prior to that, he held various positions in finance and investment banking at Citigroup in New York.

    Rodrigo López, CMB, 2016 MBA Chairman-Elect, Executive Chairman, NorthMarq Capital Finance, L.L.C.

    Rodrigo López, CMB is MBA’s 2016 Chairman-Elect and Executive Chairman of NorthMarq Capital Finance, L.L.C., a mortgage banking company dedicated to providing capital solutions for the multifamily industry.


    Rodrigo has been actively involved with MBA for almost three decades. He is a former Chairman of MBA's Commercial/Multifamily Board of Governors. He has served on the Association's Board of Directors since 2009, along with a previous stint on the board in 2003 and 2004. Rodrigo was the recipient of MBA's Distinguished Member Award in 2010, MBA's Burton C. Wood Legislative Service Award in 2002, and MBA's Master Faculty Award in 2000.

    Jay Bray, President and Chief Executive Officer, Nationstar Mortgage LLC

    Jay Bray is President and Chief Executive Officer for Nationstar Mortgage, and also serves on the company’s Board of Directors. Jay led Nationstar through a successful initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange in 2012, and oversaw the company’s doubling in size and value in the months to follow. He tirelessly emphasizes quality customer experiences, process improvement and strategic execution. Before his CEO appointment in early 2011, Jay served as Chief Financial Officer for 12 years. Previously, he held key leadership positions with Arthur Andersen and Bank of America.

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    Express yourself creatively and help children in need at the same time! Customize your own pair of canvas TOMS shoes (provided to size for each guest) using paint, glitter, sequins and your imagination. On behalf of each participant, TOMS will donate a pair of shoes to a child who would otherwise go without. When we’re done “styling our soles,” we will enjoy a beautiful Breakers Brunch. 

  • Refreshment Break

    Location: Ponce de Leon Foyer

  • Residentail Breakout Session: The Political Landscape and What it Means to Housing Policy

    Location: Ponce de Leon 4


    Speaker(s)

    David H. Stevens, CMB, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Jim Parrott, Founder, Falling Creek Advisors

    Kurt Pfotenhauer, Vice Chairman, First American Title Insurance Company

    Isaac Boltansky, Director of Policy Research, Washington Policy Analyst, Compass Point Research & Trading, LLC

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    In a lively exchange, a distinguished panel of Washington experts discusses the election cycle and predicts the future impact of key race outcomes on the nation’s housing policy priorities.

    Speaker(s)

    David H. Stevens, CMB, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mortgage Bankers Association

    David H. Stevens, CMB is President and CEO of MBA. Prior to assuming this position, Dave served as the Assistant Secretary for Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

    Dave has more than 30 years of experience in mortgage finance and has held several executive level positions in sales, acquisition, investment, risk management and regulatory oversight, including positions in senior management with Wells Fargo, Freddie Mac and World Savings. Prior to his appointment by the Obama Administration to serve at HUD, Dave was President and COO of the Long and Foster Companies.

    He is known inside the beltway as a key housing influential; serving as an industry authority on major mortgage finance legislative and regulatory issues. Dave is often quoted in the national media and regularly appears trade media on issues affecting the mortgage and housing markets. Among numerous honors, Dave received the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) Founders Award in 2013, has been named to Bloomberg’s “50 Most Powerful People in Real Estate” list, and was twice recognized as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders” by Inman News.

    He currently serves on the Hope Loan Port board of directors, the board of MBA Opens Doors Foundation, MBA's national 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization for philanthropic ventures, and as an advisory board member of the newly formed J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America's Families.

    Jim Parrott, Founder, Falling Creek Advisors

    Jim Parrott is a senior fellow at the Urban Institute and owner of Falling Creek
    Advisors, which provides financial institutions with strategic advice on housing finance issues. Jim spent several years in the White House as a senior advisor on the National Economic Council, where he led the team of advisors charged with counseling the cabinet and president on housing issues. He was on point for developing the administration’s major housing policy positions; articulating and defending those positions with Congress, the press and public; and counseling White House leadership on related communications and legislative strategy. Prior to his time in the White House, Jim was counsel to Secretary Shaun Donovan at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Prior to his life in public policy, Jim was a litigator, first in New York with Sullivan and Cromwell, and later in North Carolina with Smith Anderson.

    Kurt Pfotenhauer, Vice Chairman, First American Title Insurance Company

    Kurt Pfotenhauer has served as Vice Chairman of First American Title Insurance Company since 2011. He previously served as chief executive officer of the Washington, D.C.-based American Land Title Association (ALTA), the national trade association for the title insurance and real estate settlement services industry. Prior to joining ALTA, Kurt served as senior vice president of government affairs for the MBA, where he was twice named one of Washington, D.C.’s top lobbyists. He previously served as chief of staff for Senator Gordon Smith (R-OR) and Rep. Denny Smith (R-OR), and was vice president of public affairs for United Parcel Service. Kurt is currently chairman of the board of MERSCORP, Inc., serves on the MBA's Board of Directors, its Residential Board of Governors and the MBA Open Doors Foundation Board of Directors. He is also the past chair of the MBA’s political action committee (MORPAC). In addition, he sits on the Housing Policy Council's executive committee at the Financial Services Roundtable.

    Isaac Boltansky, Director of Policy Research, Washington Policy Analyst, Compass Point Research & Trading, LLC

    Isaac Boltansky is the Director of Policy Research and Washington Policy Analyst at Compass Point Research & Trading. Mr. Boltansky coordinates the firm’s Washington policy analysis and follows financial services policy issues with a particular focus on mortgage finance, consumer lending, education services, and tax policy. Mr. Boltansky joined Compass Point from the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) Congressional Oversight Panel and previously worked as an analyst at EJF Capital, LLC.

  • Lunch

    Location: Ponce Patio

  • Golf (Optional)

    Location: Ocean Course

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    Boxed lunch provided on Golf Veranda

  • Tennis Round Robin (Optional)

    Location: Breakers Tennis Courts

  • Economic Briefing for Residential and Commercial Multifamily Markets

    Location: Ponce de Leon 5/6


    Speaker(s)

    Jamie Woodwell, Vice President, Commercial/Multifamily Research, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Michael Fratantoni, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President, Research and Industry Technology, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Mark Fleming, Ph.D, Chief Economist, First American Mortgage Solutions

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    Learn about the latest economic trends and prospects for the U.S. economy and the residential and commercial/multifamily real estate finance markets.

    Speaker(s)

    Jamie Woodwell, Vice President, Commercial/Multifamily Research, Mortgage Bankers Association


    Jamie Woodwell is Vice President in the Research and Economics group at the MBA, where he oversees the association’s research on the commercial and multifamily real estate markets. Jamie's work covers the macro-economy, commercial and multifamily property markets, commercial and multifamily real estate finance, servicing, mortgage banking benchmarking and more. Jamie’s work is regularly cited in the media, on Capitol Hill and in regulatory settings. He is a frequent contributor to Mortgage Banking magazine and other periodicals and is a regular speaker at industry events. He has appeared on CNBC, Bloomberg and in other popular and trade press and has testified before the Congressional Oversight Panel for TARP.

    Jamie also leads special MBA projects including its Council to Shape Change and the Council on Ensuring Mortgage Liquidity, and oversees MBA's commercial peer business roundtables including CFOs, CTOs and HR heads.

    Woodwell joined MBA in 2004 from Fannie Mae's multifamily group, where he was responsible for multifamily data initiatives. He has also served as senior director of business development at CapitalThinking in New York, research director at the WMF Group in Virginia, and research manager at the National League of Cities in Washington, D.C.

    Michael Fratantoni, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President, Research and Industry Technology, Mortgage Bankers Association

    Michael Fratantoni is MBA's Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of Research and Industry Technology. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing MBA's industry surveys, benchmarking studies, economic and mortgage originations forecasts, industry technology efforts, and policy development research for both single-family and commercial/multifamily markets. Additionally, Fratantoni is president and member of the Board of Directors of the Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization (MISMO). He also serves on the CSP's Industry Advisory Group.

    Prior to joining MBA, Fratantoni worked in the industry in risk management and senior economist roles at Washington Mutual and Fannie Mae, and was responsible for assessing macroeconomic, regional, housing, and mortgage market trends, and providing technical expertise regarding credit pricing and mortgage policy issues.

    Mark Fleming, Ph.D, Chief Economist, First American Mortgage Solutions

    Mark Fleming serves as the chief economist for First American Financial Corporation, a leading provider of title insurance, settlement services and risk solutions. In his role, he leads an economics team responsible for analysis, commentary and forecasting trends in the real estate and mortgage markets. Fleming’s research interests primarily include real estate and urban economics, applied econometrics and mortgage risk. He has published research in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics and Geographic Information Sciences. His research has also been published in the book, “Advances in Spatial Econometrics,” and is a U.S. patent author.

    Fleming is frequently quoted by national news outlets and industry trade publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Housing Wire and he is a regular guest on high-profile broadcast news channels, including CBS, CNBC, Fox Business News and NPR. Before joining First American, he developed insights and analytical products for CoreLogic, and property valuation models at Fannie Mae.

  • Reception and Dinner

    Location: Ocean Lawn

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

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