Credit Client Council
You're Invited to Join our Exclusive Industry Event
As technology and content expands exponentially and at breakneck speed, once disparate industries and markets are becoming more and more interconnected. Disruption and innovation in the marketplace are forcing business leaders to move beyond historical boundaries to expand their view of properties to be prepared for what's next.
As property intelligence becomes increasingly granular, the opportunity emerges to dynamically manage valuation, risk and underwriting – and understanding the true nature of risk in the housing system, as well as discovering actionable insights is critical to powering your business forward.
Please plan to join a select group of industry executives and thought leaders at our second annual Credit Client Council at the beautiful Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point, CA on July 24-26.
Network with the mortgage industry's best and brightest as we discuss the most pressing challenges facing our business, collaborate on solutions and chart a successful path forward.
Held in conjunction with CoreLogic RiskSummit 2016, the Credit Client Council will provide you with access to:
- Members of the CoreLogic Credit Client Council
- Industry thought leaders and opinion-makers
- Insightful keynote speakers and economic forums.
- Frequent networking opportunities with your peers and others in the housing system
As in the past, this is a complimentary event for our guests. The $895 registration fee normally charged to RiskSummit attendees is waived for all Credit Client Council guests.
Feedback from our Inaugural Event:
“A great opportunity to learn and understand in a collaborative environment what some of the frustrations, concerns, and thoughts are from other leaders in the industry. I found the information very helpful, informative and insightful.”
“The agenda, presenters, venue, and representatives all contributed to the success of the initial meeting.”
Fresh perspective is vital to business success, and appreciating the financial, economic and political implications of those insights to the housing system is more critical than ever. This year's RiskSummit speakers will bring their unique perspectives to the stage, giving you the broadest view on risk ever.
Opening General Session Keynote Speaker: Michael Chertoff, former Secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Michael Chertoff is co-founder and executive chairman of The Chertoff Group, a security and risk management firm, where he provides high-level strategic counsel to corporate and government leaders on a broad range of security issues, from risk identification and prevention to preparedness, response and recovery.
As a former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Mr. Chertoff strengthened our nation’s borders, provided intelligence analysis and infrastructure protection, increased the Department’s focus on preparedness ahead of disasters, and implemented enhanced security at airports and borders.
Closing General Session Keynote Speaker: Tim Pawlenty, former Governor of Minnesota
Tim Pawlenty brings the perspective of a nationally-respected policymaker. He now serves as CEO of the Financial Services Roundtable, the leading advocacy organization that works to protect the security, integrity and success of our nation’s financial system. His recognition as one of the foremost thought leaders in the country brings peerless credibility to FSR and its members.
Governor Pawlenty is a leader with significant executive experience, having overseen a $50 billion biennial budget, led 30,000 state employees, and managed 20 individual state agencies and departments.
U.S. Housing Market: Evolving to a ‘New Normal’? – Dr. Frank Nothaft
The home sales and rental markets have been on contrasting trajectories: house sales and construction are improving but remain far below levels of the pre-Boom-Bust period, while multifamily rental building is the most in 30 years. Dr. Nothaft will discuss economic and demographic forces that are shaping a ‘new normal’ level of activity in the housing and mortgage markets.
Prior to CoreLogic, Dr. Nothaft was vice president and chief economist at Freddie Mac, and an economist with the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Dr. Nothaft holds a PhD in economics from Columbia University.