The Residential Mortgage Servicer Summit sets the stage for industry leaders to promote ideas and formulate strategy on issues ranging from housing policy, economic trends and analysis, credit risk, strategic opportunities, government involvement in servicing, the role of a special servicer, and the future outlook of all servicing. Mortgage insurance companies, investors, servicers, GSEs, and government officials and regulators will also be in attendance.
The RMSS will bring together lenders, servicers, and select industry partners in an exclusive gathering committed to fostering new ideas in foreclosure prevention and creating a first-class homeowner experience.
Tuesday, September 13th: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
- Registration: 7:00 am - 11:00 am
- Welcome Keynote Address: 10:30 am-11:00 am
- Opening Remarks from Ed Delgado, Chief Executive Officer of the Five Star Institute
- Welcome Address from Jack Konyk, Executive Director, Government Affairs at Weiner Brodsky Sidman Kider PC
- Networking Break: 11:00 am-11:15 am
- Panel 1: Government's Expanding Role in Servicing: 11:15 am-12:00 pm
- What's next from the government, and how will it affect servicing operations? This panel of government experts and regulators will discuss the current state of government policies and guidelines in servicing and changes that can be expected in the coming months and years.
- Moderated by: Thomas Heinemann, US Department of Treasury
- Lunch: 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
- Lunch Keynote Address 12:30 pm-1:00 pm
- James B. Lockhart III, current Vice Chairman of WL Ross & Co. LLC & former Director and Chairman of Oversight Board of FHFA
- Jeff Hayward, Senior Vice President of Fannie Mae's National Servicing Organization
- Networking Break: 1:00 pm-1:15 pm
- Keynote Address: 1:15 pm-1:35 pm
- Frank Nothaft, Vice President and Chief Economist of Freddie Mac
- Panel 2: Effective Short-Sale Strategy: 1:35 pm-2:15 pm
- It's a given that as values go up, short sales will look like a better option, but when will that be? What future trends will begin triggering the change?
- Moderated by: Janice K. Huey, Wells Fargo
- Networking Break: 2:15 pm-2:30 pm
- Panel 3: What's so Special About Special Servicing: 2.30 pm-3.15pm
- Banks and special servicers face off. What is different about the special servicer approach, or is it different? What are the investors saying about their application in the industry?
- Moderated by: Dennis Stowe, Residential Credit Solutions, Inc
- Panel 4: The Future State of Servicing: 3.15 pm-4.00 pm
- The servicing industry is evolving. Now more than ever, your ability to navigate the landscape will define the balance between success and failure. Led by industry veterans, this panel will discuss the outlook for servicing from the perspectives of market behavior, servicing strategy, and operational practices and efficiency.
- Moderated by: Patrick Carey, Bank of America
Jack Konyk, Weiner Brodsky Sidman Kider PC
Janice K. Huey, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
Dennis Stowe, Residential Credit Solutions
Patrick Carey, Bank of America
Elizabeth Johnson, Radian Guaranty
Chris Hovey, PMI Group, Inc.
Colleen Hernandez, Homeownership Preservation Foundation
Steven Frie, Standard & Poor's
Jeff Hayward, Fannie Mae's National Servicing Organization
Steven Horne, Wingspan Financial Advisors
Thomas Heinemann, US Department of Treasury
Laurie Maggiano, US Department of Treasury
Shawn Stone, NationStar
Bob Hora, Bank of America
Steven Nesmith, Ocwen
Ed Delgado, The Five Star Institute
Nicole Harwood, SunTrust
Mert Kayan, Fannie Mae
Bob Caruso, Lender Processing Services
James B. Lockhart III, WL Ross & Cox
Tyron Miller, Freddie Mac