MBA's National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo is the must-attend event for servicers of all sizes and business models. In 2017, we are pleased to return to the Gaylord Texan - just outside of Dallas - a repeat attendee favorite and hub of servicing activity!
This conference is designed to provide practical and relevant information needed to succeed now and in the future. This year, innovation in mortgage servicing will be at the forefront of discussions, including new strategies and tools to achieve results for today's and tomorrow's borrowers and investors. Additionally, we will take a close look at the future of loss mitigation, a timely conversation as HAMP comes to a close just a few weeks prior to the conference.
Content + Topics to Include:
Content for all experience levels, including sessions just for servicers
Innovation and efficiency in servicing technology and processes
The future of loss mitigation
Business imperatives, including government program updates, property preservation, compliance concerns and more
Woman's MPOWER networking event (back by popular demand!)
Who Should Attend?
All residential mortgage loan servicers, regardless of size and model type, should attend including:
Servicing managers and staff
Customer Service managers
Service providers and other vendors to the servicing industry
In the aftermath of the financial crisis, low interest rates and strict capital requirements combined to make servicing a losing proposition for many banks. The sharp glare of regulators didn’t help either, as banks and nonbanks navigated the already thankless waters of servicing with a new target on their backs. But all that changed abruptly in the fourth quarter of 2016 with the one-two punch of a Trump win and a rate hike by the Federal Reserve.
Singling out the law that created the CFPB generated a backlash from Congressional Democrats, but it remains to be seen what Democrats can do to stop the Trump juggernaut. See what Mike Jones of Navigant advises servicers to do in this uncertain environment.
Portfolio managers and investors also have a vested interest in the expansion of the non-QM market. They have an appetite for non-QM assets as they represent an attractive yield opportunity. That’s why we’re seeing more “hold” strategies at work with current non-QM production.