8/17

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Urban Institute

5th floor

2100 M Street NW

Washington, DC 20037

Watch live on C-SPAN or C-SPAN Radio

 

Cohosted by the Urban Institute and CoreLogic

The mortgage-servicing sector has changed appreciably over the previous few years: cost inputs for servicing distressed loans has risen, the entities and actors have changed, and transfers have increased in frequency. How has the cost structure of servicing changed, and does the compensation model need reexamining? Is there room to better align the interests of the servicers and borrowers? How can compatibility of technological systems enhance servicing transfer protocol and data integrity? How do capital requirements influence the levers of bank and nonbank servicing volumes? What improvements remain to create a better servicing model from consumer to investor?

 

Speakers

Moderator:

  • Faith Schwartz, principal, Housing Finance System Strategies LLC

Panelists:

  • Ed DeMarco, senior fellow in residence, Center for Financial Markets, Milken Institute
  • Laurie Goodman, codirector, Housing Finance Policy Center, Urban Institute
  • Raghu Kakumanu, senior vice president, housing policy and capital markets, Wells Fargo
  • Laurie Maggiano, program manager, servicing and secondary markets, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Michael Stegman, fellow, Bipartisan Policy Center
Materials

About Sunset Seminars

This seminar is the ninth in a series sponsored by CoreLogic and the Urban Institute, focusing on public policy issues relevant to the mortgage market. These seminars aim to bring together policymakers, practitioners, and analysts for lively conversations on topics of current interest.

 

Please note that this event is open to press.
Send any questions or inquiries to Alison Rincon, arincon@urban.org.
Light fare will be available at 5:30 p.m.
The program will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. 

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