2016 CoreLogic Federal User Group Data Symposium
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Hotel Palomar
2121 P St NW
Washington, DC

(walking distance from the DuPont Circle metro)

The Half-Day Seminar You Don't Want to Miss

Discovering Opportunities through Insights

This inaugural event will help level set where the housing market stands today—as well as deliver insights to help understand potential growth and inherent risk. Experts from housing, mortgage and finance will share compelling presentations and partake in interactive panel discussions addressing the role of data and analytics in seizing todays opportunities and preparing for tomorrow.

Should You Go to the 2016 Federal User Group Data Symposium?

A half-day no-cost event, this Symposium will be an open forum for active networking with your federal colleagues. The agenda has been designed to be of interest across the broad spectrum of federal government entities, focusing on both property and spatial assets. Please register to attend.

7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Registration and Networking
(refreshments served)
8:30 - 8:50 a.m.

Welcome and Introductions

  • Mike Ceppetelli, Senior Vice President, Capital Markets and Government Solutions, CoreLogic
8:50 - 9:20 a.m.

Presentation: Housing and Mortgage Market Update: A New Normal?

  • Frank Nothaft, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Chief Economist, CoreLogic
An overview of economic and demographic forces affecting the owner and renter segments of the housing and mortgage markets in 2016 and beyond. In this session, CoreLogic® Chief Economist Dr. Frank Nothaft will share his perspective on the current and future state of housing in the U.S.
9:20 - 10:20 a.m. Panel: Data Blending/Matching

Hear from agencies using CoreLogic data as an essential element in developing a foundation for public policy research describe novel ways of blending data resources from multiple sources. This panel will provide examples of ways CoreLogic data is melded with other data resources to enable more insightful decision making.

Moderator:

George Carter, Ph.D., Social Science Analyst, Housing and Demographic Analysis Division, Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Panelists:
  • Larry Cordell, Vice President of RADAR; Supervision, Regulation and Credit Division "Matching CoreLogic and other datasets into the RADAR database"; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
  • Quentin Brummet, Ph.D., Chief, Experiments and Innovation Branch, Center for Administrative Records Research and Applications on "Record Linkage of CoreLogic Data with Household Surveys"; U.S. Census Bureau
  • Helen McMillan, Vice President, Data Operations on "The CoreLogic Perspective"; CoreLogic
10:20 - 10:40 a.m. Break
10:40 - 11:40 a.m. Panel: Innovation Through Data

Data often fuels innovative approaches to solve often intractable social problems. This panel explores two areas focused on remedying past problems: the housing crises, and emergency response and homeland security. Government insiders will highlight new initiatives in federal data usage.

Moderator:
  • Matt Karli, Senior Product Manager, Spatial Solutions, CoreLogic
Panelists:
  • Robert Avery, Ph.D., Project Director, National Mortgage Data Base; Federal Housing Finance Agency
  • Brian Cameron, Team Lead Disaster Analysis, Parcel and Tax Data for Emergency Response; National Geospatial Agency (NGA)
11:40 - 11:55 a.m. Panel: Ask the Experts

Ask questions directly of CoreLogic experts across data, the economy, spatial and government solutions.

Moderator:
  • Mike Ceppetelli, Senior Vice President, Capital Markets and Government Solutions
Panelists:
  • Frank Nothaft, Ph.D., Chief Economist, CoreLogic
  • Helen McMillan, Vice President, Data Operations, CoreLogic
  • David Daukas, Director, Property Data Product Management, CoreLogic
  • Matt Karli, Senior Product Manager, Spatial Solutions, CoreLogic
  • Catherine Castle, Senior Consultant, Advisory Services, CoreLogic
11:55 - 12 Noon Closing Remarks
  • Mike Ceppetelli, Senior Vice President, Capital Markets and Government Solutions, CoreLogic

CoreLogic Speakers

Mike Ceppetelli
Mike Ceppetelli In his role as Senior Vice President of Capital Markets and Government Solutions for CoreLogic, Mike oversees products and sales people serving the financial markets, as well as federal, state and local governments, GSEs and strategic relationships and partnerships. The Capital Markets team leverages CoreLogic data assets and analytics to deliver loan performance, real estate valuation and advisory solutions to Wall Street and fixed income investors. The Government Solutions team is responsible for key strategic initiatives and partner alliances, ensuring CoreLogic data assets, analytics and insights are effectively leveraged in government research, benchmarking analysis, and academia. Mike joined CoreLogic from Thomson Reuters and earned his degree in marketing from The Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pa. MIke holds his series 7, 63 and 24, and was named one of HousingWire's 2015 Rising Stars.
Dr. Frank Nothaft, Ph.D.
Dr. Frank Nothaft, PhD Dr. Frank Nothaft, CoreLogic Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, is responsible for the company’s research and insights strategy, leading a world class team of research economists in addressing issues that face the industries and leaders we serve. Dr. Nothaft has more than thirty years’ experience researching, analyzing, and forecasting housing and mortgage markets and planning government public policy. Formerly Vice President and Chief Economist at Freddie Mac, he has also been a Federal Reserve economist. With a PhD from Columbia, he teaches real estate economics at Georgetown University.
Helen McMillan
Helen McMillan Helen's role as Vice President of Data Operations is focused on strategic projects across the enterprise that drive data and analytics improvements in the key industries served by CoreLogic, in particular Mortgage Lending, Government, Capital Markets, Real Estate and Insurance. Helen leads a Solution Engineering team providing data content and database technology expertise as well as pre and post sales engineering support. With over 30 years of experience in large scale systems and data management, Helen held leadership positions at Experian influencing data initiatives that transformed credit granting and other financial service consumer and commercial product lines. A native of Scotland, Helen was raised in South Africa.
Matt Karli
Matt Karli Matt Karli is a senior product manager for CoreLogic Insurance and Spatial Solutions. In this role, Matt is responsible for the product management of the suite of location and jurisdictional geographic boundary products. Matt has spent more than 9 years developing and launching high margin spatial products to the marketplace, and has experience in both product and project management, map interpretation, GIS, quality control, business process improvement, and operations management. Additionally, Matt is one of many patent holders at CoreLogic. Matt earned a B.S. in Geography and Planning with a minor in Geology from Texas State University, where he also taught several undergraduate geology labs.
David Daukas
David Daukas David is Director of CoreLogic public records data solutions which provides unique insights into property characteristics. In this role David works extensively with mortgage originators, public sector and other industries to enable the strategic use of this data. Previously David spent 11 years at Experian in roles focused on innovation and development of data products.
Catherine Castle
Catherine Castle Catherine Castle is a Senior Consultant with the CoreLogic Advisory Services Group with over two decades of experience using data and analytics to support management decisioning and process improvement within all aspects of the mortgage lifecycle. Areas of expertise include process analytics and modeling; benchmarking and valuation; operations management, process review and improvement; originations; capital markets and default servicing. Prior to joining CoreLogic, Catherine held positions with Wingspan Portfolio Advisors, Option One, Resurgent Capital Services and Fleet Bank. Catherine holds an MS in applied mathematics from University of South Carolina and is a Motorola-certified Six Sigma Black Belt.

2016 CoreLogic Federal User Group Data Symposium

Presentations for the following 2016 CoreLogic Federal User Group Data Symposium sessions are available below.

Welcome and Introductions

  • Mike Ceppetelli, Senior Vice President, Capital Markets and Government Solutions

Housing and Mortgage Market Update: A New Normal?

CoreLogic chief economist Frank Nothaft reviewed economic and demographic forces affecting the owner and renter segments of the housing and mortgage markets in 2016 and beyond.

Data Blending/Matching

Novel ways of blending data resources from multiple sources were addressed by agencies using CoreLogic data as an essential element in development of a foundation for public policy research.

Moderator:

  • George Carter, Ph.D., Social Science Analyst, Housing and Demographic Analysis Division, Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Panelists:

  • Larry Cordell, Vice President of RADAR; Supervision, Regulation and Credit Division "Matching CoreLogic and other datasets into the RADAR database"; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
  • Quentin Brummet, Ph.D., Chief, Experiments and Innovation Branch, Center for Administrative Records Research and Applications on "Record Linkage of CoreLogic Data with Household Surveys"; U.S. Census Bureau
  • Helen McMillan, Vice President, Data Operations on "The CoreLogic Perspective"; CoreLogic

Innovation Through Data

Since data often fuels innovative approaches to problem solving, this panel addressed two areas to remedy past problems: the housing crisis, and emergency response and homeland security. New initiatives in federal data usage was also addressed.

Moderator:

  • Matt Karli, Senior Product Manager, Spatial Solutions, CoreLogic

Panelists:

  • Robert Avery, Ph.D., Project Director, National Mortgage Data Base; Federal Housing Finance Agency
  • Brian Cameron, Team Lead Disaster Analysis, Parcel and Tax Data for Emergency Response; National Geospatial Agency (NGA)