Mortgage Market Developments and Becoming a Public Company
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In recent months, there have been a number of mortgage originators and servicers that have joined the ranks of SEC reporting companies. Some have gone public relying on a traditional IPO, while others have taken a different and increasingly popular alternative path to public company status: merging with a special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC. There are also a number of entities considering new REIT financings in the institutional private placement market and the public market.
Join MBA and legal experts for a look at the momentum created by these transactions and market conditions in the mortgage sector that may pave the way for additional IPOs or SPAC mergers. Regardless of whether your organization is considering such a transaction in the near term, the valuations and investor reactions may also provide valuable information for companies that choose to remain private or consider M&A exits.
2:00-3:00 PM ET
- The US IPO market in 2020 and what to expect in the coming months
- Mortgage market developments and learnings from recent deals
- US IPO dynamics, aftermarket performance, and IPO trends
- Assessing IPO readiness and IPO considerations
- Disclosure, governance and related matters
- SPAC IPOs and what’s driving the trend
- Merging with a SPAC to become a public company
Who Should Attend?
- C-Suite Executives at Real Estate Finance Companies
- REIT Professionals
- Legal and In-House Counsel
- Michael Fratantoni, Chief Economist, Senior Vice President, Research & Technology, MBA
- Brian Hirshberg, Counsel, Mayer Brown
- Anna Pinedo, Partner, Mayer Brown