Managing Credit Risk in 2021 and Beyond

2020 brought the largest volume of home purchases and refinances since the start of the millennium, despite the headwinds caused by a global pandemic. As we make our way out of the pandemic through 2021, many challenges lie ahead. Overall risk will vary across the nation depending on the impact the pandemic had on local industry. How do lenders best identify where this risk lies and how will they effectively manage it?

Join a panel of industry experts as they provide an economic outlook for 2021 and listen to a discussion with regional bankers on how they are managing credit risk over the next several years.

Date & Time: January 21, 1 pm CT
Company: CoreLogic

Nothaft-Fran
Frank Nothaft
Chief Economist
CoreLogic
Carroll-Pete
Pete Carroll
Executive, Public Policy & Industry Relations
CoreLogic
Deb-Jones
Deborah Jones
Director of Capital Markets
Citizens Bank, N.A.
Ryan-Parks
Ryan Parks
Sr. Director, Credit Risk – Residential Lending
Citizens Bank, N.A.

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