Veros Real Estate Solutions president and CEO Darius Bozorgi has been invited to speak at the Bipartisan Policy Center's Housing America’s Future: New Directions for National Policy 2014 Housing Summit on Monday, Sept. 15, at 2:30 PM Eastern at the Renaissance Washington, D.C. Downtown Hotel in the Renaissance East meeting room.
HousingWire is the exclusive trade media partner for the Bipartisan Policy Center during the event.
Bozorgi has been directly involved with the technology and strategy that influenced industry-shifting changes and resulted in increased transparency and risk management capabilities for agencies in the secondary market.
He will be sharing his insights on the vital issues that impact today and tomorrow's housing policy environment. And he'll be in good company.
The new Housing & Urban Development secretary, Julián Castro, will also deliver a keynote address at the Housing Summit.
Julián Castro was sworn in as the 16th HUD secretary on July 28, 2014, and he will headline the Washington summit.
Bozorgi will be joined on the panel "Don't Throw the Baby Out with the Bathwater: Building on Current Reforms" by industry influencers including Theodore Tozer, President, Ginnie Mae; Meg Burns, Senior Associate Director for Housing and Regulatory Policy, FHFA; Chris Katopis, Executive Director, Association of Mortgage Investors; and Shawn Smeallie, Managing Partner, American Continental Group.
Recent policy changes implemented by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have resulted in increased data quality and reduced risk for the entities and their stakeholders. The panel will focus on how these proven strategies should be applied across the U.S. housing finance system in order to reduce risk and increase stability for the mortgage market and the investment securities that these markets support.
Designed by the Bipartisan Policy Center, a Washington-based think tank that seeks to develop and promote bipartisan solutions to the nation's most complex policy problems, the 2014 Housing Summit will bring together top administration officials, members of Congress, leaders in real estate and finance, and housing practitioners and experts from across the country.