RiskSummit 2013

Profiting from Lessons Learned

 

As market optimism returns post-crisis, join the industry’s most sophisticated group of thinkers, leaders, and technical experts at RiskSummit 2013, to deconstruct the new business environment, share lessons learned the hard way, and explore how to vault new obstacles and succeed.

RiskSummit returns this year to the St. Regis Monarch Beach in Dana Point, California, for three days of intense discovery, spirited interaction, and advantageous relationship-building.

RiskSummit 2013 Keynote Speaker - Christopher J. Dodd

RiskSummit 2013 keynote speaker Christopher J. Dodd, U.S. Senator (1981- 2011), will address “Business, the Economy, and Washington”, including a look at Dodd-Frank’s impact on:

  • America and the regulatory environment
  • The real estate market
  • The current economy/economic outlook

RiskSummit 2013 Agenda Topics

This year’s RiskSummit track session topics have been set:

Investor Track

  • New RMBS and Whole Loan Issuance—Trend or Anomaly?
  • Defaulted Asset Disposition—Making the Right Choices
  • Distressed Asset Servicing—Is That Light at the End of the Tunnel?
  • MSR Valuations—Winners and Losers

Research and Analytics Track

  • Credit Risk Modeling—Powerful New Approaches
  • Economic and Housing Trends—The Meltdown Fades…
  • Securities Valuation and Credit Assessment—New Approaches
  • REO-to-Rental—Where the Big Players Are Finding Value

Regulatory and Compliance Track

  • Contracting with the GSEs—Looking to the Future
  • Collateral, Valuation, and Borrower Risk—Meeting QM Standards
  • QA and QC—Are They Enough?
  • Servicing Distressed Government Loans—New Terms, New Strategies

This year’s RiskSummit Sunday and Tuesday afternoon product sessions will present a wealth of new CoreLogic datasets and analytics/modeling tools—each designed (or specifically updated) to reduce the confusion and impact of the new industry standards and regulations.

Don’t Miss RiskSummit 2013

If you're an origination, lending, servicing, securities, research, or regulatory professional, RiskSummit 2013 will give you powerful new tools to grow personally and professionally. If you need more information to decide, please contact us by email or phone: (415) 536-3500.

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RiskSummit 2013 | July 28th - July 30th

Profiting from Lessons Learned

 

For more information about attending RiskSummit 2013, please click the links below:

Registration* 

The RiskSummit 2013 registration price is $895. To get it you must commit to staying at least two nights at the St. Regis Monarch Beach*, but that will also help you save money this year—the St. Regis nightly rate is $265 to $515 for RiskSummit 2013 attendees. Call St. Regis Monarch Beach to make reservations at (800) 722-1534 and ask for the CoreLogic RiskSummit 2013 rate or go to online booking.

* Southern California registrants exempt from hotel-stay requirement.

RiskSummit 2013 Fees 

We strongly recommend you register as early as possible:

Registration $895 (ask us about special customer pricing)

Fee includes admission to all sessions and workshops, Sunday evening reception and dinner, Monday breakfast and lunch, Monday afternoon activity, Monday evening dinner and Monte Carlo night, Tuesday breakfast and lunch, refreshments, conference materials.

The St. Regis Monarch Beach 

RiskSummit 2013 is once again at the St. Regis Monarch Beach. A refined coastal retreat awaits you, offering an exclusive private beach club, three swimming pools, one with fully-outfitted Cabanas, the award-winning Spa Gaucin, on-site championship Monarch Beach Golf Links, the Sandcastle Kids Club for our younger guests and six ocean-view restaurants.

Hotel and Travel 

RiskSummit Hotel Discount

The St. Regis Monarch Beach is pleased to offer the following room rates to RiskSummit 2013 Attendees. Please call (800) 722-1534 and ask for the CoreLogic RiskSummit 2013 rate or go to online booking, which is available Sunday, July 28th through Wednesday, July 31st.

  • Garden and Resort View Rooms: $265
  • Pool and Ocean View Rooms: $305
  • Executive Suites: $345
  • St. Regis Suites: $515

Airport-Hotel Transportation

Either make arrangements with the hotel to pick you up at the airport, or plan to catch a cab or van for the airport-to-hotel trip—travel distance depending on which airport:

  • Orange County John Wayne Airport (SNA): 21 miles one way
  • Long Beach Airport (LGB): 40 miles one way
  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX): 60 miles one way
  • San Diego International Airport (SAN): 68 miles one way

Air travel is not included in registration fee.

Non-CoreLogic Partners, Vendors, Consultants 

Please note that all non-CoreLogic partners, vendors and consultants must have prior approval to attend RiskSummit 2013. For consideration, please send us an email.

More Information 

To learn more about RiskSummit 2013, please contact us by email or by calling (415) 536-3500.

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RiskSummit 2013 | July 28th - July 30th

To view the conference presentations, you will need to enter the password you received from the RiskSummit team for each PDF file.

To retrieve a forgotten password, please contact us by email or by calling (415) 536-3525.

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Sunday, July 28th Schedule

12:00 - 6:00 PM   Conference Registration
1:00 - 5:15 PM   Product/Analytics Sessions
Sunday: Track A
1:00 PM   Loan-Level Data—New Applications for Portfolio and Securities Analytics
A comprehensive review of loan-level data assets available through CoreLogic and in the market for both agency and non-agency RMBS bond analyses—and how loan-level data assets can be combined to deepen understanding of key performance drivers.

Presenters
•  Evan Firestone, Business Development
•  Julian Grey, Senior Director, Product Marketing
 
2:00 PM  

Credit Risk ModelingUnderstanding the Risk of Agency Loans
Pricing the credit risk of agency loans in the new risk-sharing era, including the introduction of a new agency ARM model that parallels the FRM model, a model for already modified loans, and new modeling features like future modification assumptions.

Presenters
•  Chao Cong, Senior Economist, CoreLogic
•  Liang Wei, Director, Analytics, CoreLogic
 

3:00 PM   Break
3:15 PM  

Measuring House Price Trends Your Way
Insight into the underlying methodologies of different house price index measurements, including major approaches like median price, repeat sales, and hedonic—plus a close look at the similarities and differences between CoreLogic HPI™ and the CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indexes™.

Presenters
•  Bin He, Principal Economist, CoreLogic
•  David Stiff, Chief Economist, CoreLogic Case-Shiller
 

4:15 PM  

New Sources of Mortgage Risk Analytics
Our Advisory Services group outlines the expanded data and analytics resources now available to manage client risk at every stage of the mortgage finance process—origination, fraud prevention, lien/equity/disaster analytics, regulatory compliance, default servicing, whole loan investment, and more.

Presenters
•  Brett Benson, VP Advisory Services
•  The Advisory Services Team

5:15 PM   Sessions Conclude
7:00 - 9:30 PM   Opening Reception and Dinner
Sunday: Track B
1:00 PM   Hazard Analytics—Updating Collateral Risk with Natural Hazard Data
How to use granular, parcel-based hazard analytics to detect uninsured or underinsured portfolio risks—from earthquakes, hurricanes, flooding—before they can expose lenders and investors to major property loss and default.

Presenter
•  Charlie Bormann, SVP/National Client Relations
•  David Rogers, VP/Spatial Solutions
•  Jay Kingsley, SVP/Spatial Solutions
2:00 PM  

Valuations in Practice—A Hands-On Exercise
Explores different property valuation concepts and methods (1) Use of data-driven automated valuations (2) judgment based valuations and (3) hybrid valuations. The audience will participate in a challenging hands-on valuation exercise that applies the combination of automated valuations and human judgment for valuing a property in a home equity lending scenario.

Presenters
•  Jacqueline Doty, VP Product Management/Collateral Services
•  Dave Williams, VP Broker Price Opinion Services

3:00 PM   Break
3:15 PM  

Servicing Compliance—New Tools to Help Comply with National Servicing Standards
Now that compliance with new regulatory standards is mandatory, servicers must achieve sustainable NSS compliance across their portfolios continuously. Our expert panel analyzes the use of automated, newly updated CoreLogic solutions.

Presenters
•  The Asset Management & Processing Services Team

4:15 PM    The Single-Family Rental Market—Tracking its Evolution
The SFR marketplace is evolving even faster than it emerged—the key to smart SFR investing is understanding the market’s fluctuating dynamics. Presentation looks at new CoreLogic tools to assess the causes of volatility, the impact of big investors on prices, and estimating likely market moves over time.

Presenters
•  Matthias Blume, Senior Director, Analytics
•  Michael Saccento, Director, Product Management
5:15 PM   Sessions Conclude
7:00 – 9:30 PM   Opening Reception and Dinner

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RiskSummit 2013 | July 28th - July 30th

To view the conference presentations, you will need to enter the password you received from the RiskSummit team for each PDF file.

To retrieve a forgotten password, please contact us by email or by calling (415) 536-3525.

The following list of PowerPoint PDFs includes all 2013 RiskSummit presentations that have permission to publish online—organized by date and topic. To find a presentation, locate the date, presenter, and topic—and click on the link.

View list of attendees.

 

Monday, July 29th Schedule

7:00 AM   Breakfast
8:00 – 8:15 AM   Keynote: Anand Nallathambi, President and Chief Executive Officer, CoreLogic and Ben Graboske, SVP, Real Estate & Financial Services, CoreLogic
8:15 – 9:15 AM   Keynote: Christopher J. Dodd, U.S. Senator (1981- 2011)
9:15 – 10:00 AM   The Economic Outlook: Mark Fleming, PhD, Chief Economist, CoreLogic

Monday Break-Out Track Sessions 10:10 – 11:00 AM and 11:10 – 12:00 PM

Monday Investor Track

10:10 – 11:00 AM  

New RMBS and Whole Loan Issuance—Trend or Anomaly?
What's driving this year's increase in non-agency and private placement securities issuance, already far above last year's? Is it a genuine trend—or an anomaly with limited long-term prospects? If it's a trend, what form will it take? For example, why do whole loans continue to be so popular? Are private placements—or the promise of private placements—behind the upswing or are investors returning to a less volatile market now that new rules are in place? Our panel of experts weighs the data and extracts the most likely probabilities.

Moderator
•  Brendan Keane, Partner/Founder, Kinsale Capital, LLC

Panelists
•  Neal Roodin, Managing Director, Credit Suisse
•  Vandy Fartaj, Chief Capital Markets Officer, PennyMac Financial Services Inc.
•  Kevin O’Hare, Managing Director, FTI Consulting
 

Monday Research and Analytics Track

10:10 – 11:00 AM  

REO-to-Rental—Where the Big Players Are Finding Value
Even as some assume REO-to-Rental is passé—overcome in the hot investment derby by the rapidly evolving Single-Family Rental (SFR) market—major Wall Street investors are actually increasing their focus on bank-owned single-family rental properties, some even doubling their REO portfolio commitments. What’s the thinking behind this? Is it simply a price-driven correction—a reaction to swelling SFR market values? Or is something subtler at play—anticipation, perhaps, of fundamental change coming to the U.S. economy? Our panel of REO and SFR expert’s probes these and other questions—and explores possible impacts the answers could have on your own rental property portfolio.

Moderator
•  Phil Comeau, President/CEO, The Phillip E Comeau Co.

Panelists
•  Ryan Stark, Director/Structured Credit Group, Deutsche Bank Securities
•  Toni Moss, CEO, AmeriCatalyst LLC/EuroCatalyst BV
•  James Breitenstein, CEO, LandSmith, LP
•  Charles Macintosh, Senior Vice President, First Key Holdings
•  Stephen Schmitz, Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, American Residential Properties, Inc.

Monday Regulatory and Compliance Track

10:10 – 11:00 AM  

Contracting with the GSEs—Looking to the Future 
Few would argue that the government's role in residential mortgages and the uncertainty surrounding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have created a mortgage-market conundrum. Have recent record GSE earnings changed the conversation? Since both have turned the financial corner, their role in the future market is now a hot-button issue. Most stakeholders agree that private capital is critical for a healthy market—but it's unlikely to return in strength until the GSEs' role is resolved. Representing a wide array of opinion on the issue, our panel of industry leaders explores possible outcomes and what they could mean to you.

Moderator
•  Faith Schwartz, SVP/Government, CoreLogic

Panelists
•  Laurie Goodman, Senior Managing Director, Amherst Securities Group/The Urban Institute
•  Andrew BonSalle, Executive Vice President/Underwriting, Pricing & Capital Markets, FannieMae
•  Theodore Tozer, President, GinnieMae
•  Kevin Palmer, Vice President/Strategic Credit Costing and Structuring, FreddieMac

Monday Investor Track

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM  

Defaulted Asset Disposition—Making the Right Choices
Will investors find your asset portfolios attractive a year from now? What choices should you make today to assure the best outcome tomorrow? No matter how appealing (or not) they may now be, certain disposition strategies are in the ascendency, some have peaked, many are declining. How will your foreclosure-, REO-to-rental-, whole loan-, or securitized pool- optimized strategies play out in the mid- to long-term? Factoring in likely probabilities, should you foreclosure, sell short, or retain and rent? Our panel of experts helps you sort it out using today's hottest strategies.

Moderator
•  Eugene Weill, Managing Director/Corporate Finance, Houlihan Lokey

Panelists
•  David Wells, Senior Capital Markets Specialist, FDIC
•  Jim Fratangelo, Managing Partner, Asset Recovery Companies
•  Frank Skibo, Managing Director, RBS Securities
•  Nathan Shultz, Senior Policy Advisor, HUD

Monday Research and Analytics Track

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM  

Economic and Housing Trends—The Meltdown Fades…
Remember optimism? Well, it's back. Chief economist Mark Fleming and a panel of housing experts explore the economic and housing trends that are gradually but emphatically relegating the meltdown to history's rear view mirror. Analyzing housing price, foreclosure, negative equity, shadow market, and rental market trends, this panel builds the foundation for a wholly optimistic outlook on what is rapidly becoming a recovery in more than name only—and what's likely ahead for originators, lenders, servicers, issuers, and investors.

Moderator
•  Mark Fleming, PhD, Chief Economist, CoreLogic

Panelists
•  Joseph Tracy, Senior Advisor to the President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
•  Christopher Whalen, EVP, Managing Director, Carrington Investment Services, LLC
•  Laurie Goodman, Senior Managing Director, Amherst Securities Group
•  Dick Kazarian, Director of Research, Shellpoint Partners LLC for Economic and Housing Trends

Monday Regulatory and Compliance Track

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM  

Collateral, Valuation, and Borrower Risk—Meeting QM Standards
The regulator-defined Qualified Mortgage (QM) rules are likely to complicate mortgage creation. Intended to curb pre-crisis abuses and predict mortgage performance more accurately, the new rules require deeper, more detailed knowledge of collateral, valuation, and borrower risk than before. While some protest the rules as a government incursion into business decisions, others welcome them as leveling the playing field and preventing another meltdown crisis. Our panel of experts weighs the pros and cons in assessing QM’s likely impact on originators, issuers, servicers, and investors.

Moderator
•  Katherine Porter, Professor of Law and California Monitor, UC Irvine School of Law

Panelists
•  Chris Haspel, Managing Director, Fenway Summer Mortgage Group
•  Rodney Abele, Senior Counsel – Regulatory Policy, The PNC Financial Services Group
•  Patrick McEnerney, Managing Director/RMBS Mortgage Finance, Deutsche Bank Securities Inc./Global Markets

12:00 – 1:00 PM   Deli Lunch (box lunches for golfers provided at course)
1:00 – 5:00 PM   Networking and Outside Activities
7:00 – 10:00 PM   Reception, Dinner and Monte Carlo Activities

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To view the conference presentations, you will need to enter the password you received from the RiskSummit team for each PDF file.

To retrieve a forgotten password, please contact us by email or by calling (415) 536-3525.

The following list of PowerPoint PDFs includes all 2013 RiskSummit presentations that have permission to publish online—organized by date and topic. To find a presentation, locate the date, presenter, and topic—and click on the link.

View list of attendees.

 

Tuesday, July 30th Schedule

7:30 AM   Breakfast
8:30 – 9:15 AM  

Let's Hear It From the Researchers
In one of the most popular RiskSummit panels, top analysts draw on the latest research and market trends to inform a spirited roundtable discussion of what's happening in the market now—and what they expect to see happening as new regulations and processes unfold.

Moderator
•  Sam Khater, Principal Economist, CoreLogic

Panelists
•  Laurie Goodman, Senior Managing Director, Amherst Securities Group & The Urban Institute
•  Christopher Whalen, EVP, Managing Director, Carrington Investment Services, LLC
•  Dick Kazarian, Director of Research, Shellpoint Partners, LLC

9:15 – 10:00 AM  

Let's Hear It From the Traders
Every year, this panel gets rave reviews. A free-wheeling and frank discussion by a panel of well-known movers and shakers, sharing their views about what's happening in the market, what isn't, and when the market is likely to open up to its full potential.

Moderator
•  Vanessa Resnick, Director/Whole Loan Trading, Credit Suisse

Panelists
•  Dave Reedy, SVP/Head of Whole Loan Trading, Ranieri Partners
•  Peter Barkey, CIO, Managing Director, Roosevelt Management Company
•  Steven Katz, CIO/Whole Loan/ABS Trading, Arbor Securities
•  William King, CIO/Head of Asset Management, Carrington Investment Services, LLC
•  Vandy Fartaj, Chief Capital Markets Officer, PennyMac Financial Services Inc.

Tuesday Break-Out Track Sessions 10:10 – 11:00 AM and 11:10 – 12:00 noon

Tuesday Investor Track

10:10 - 11:00 AM  

Distressed Asset Servicing—Is That Light at the End of the Tunnel?
Do slowing delinquency rates and increasing home prices since HARP 2.0 signal the end—or diminishment—of the delinquent-mortgage servicing crisis? If it does and we assume the correlation is real, should HARP and other government programs be expanded? Or if the correlation is coincidental, have the programs actually run their course? So what is working? How has it affected borrower performance and investor "hold or fold" strategies? Our expert panel examines these and other questions to see if the worst is now over.

Moderator
•  Timothy Kruse, Director/Financial Institutions Group, Houlihan Lokey

Panelists
•  Laurie Maggiano, Servicing and Secondary Markets Program Manager, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
•  Charles Coulter, Assistant Deputy Secretary, Dept. of Housing & Urban Development
•  Dennis Stowe, President/CEO, Residential Credit Solutions
•  Jim Harrington, Managing Director, Resurgent Mortgage Servicing

Tuesday Research and Analytics Track

10:10 - 11:00 AM  

Securities Valuation and Credit Assessment—New Approaches
What can investors learn from companies now issuing securities to the marketplace? What's changed in the post-crisis environment—and what hasn't? Panel will include members from Redwood Trust and PNMC, currently issuing successfully, who will discuss their securitization practices in the new regulatory environment. Following such practices—or at least learning from them—could limit frustrations and save serious time if you plan to return to non-agency mortgage-backed securitization.

Moderator
•  Mimi Grotto, Managing Director, Mission Capital

Panelists
•  Randy Appleyard, Director/Portfolio Manager, BlackRock Solutions
•  Jack Kahan, Director/Structured Finance/RMBS, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services
•  Cameron Beane, Director/Secondary Marketing, EverBank
•  Brian Grow, Managing Director/Credit Ratings, Morningstar

Tuesday Regulatory and Compliance Track

10:10 - 11:00 AM  

QA and QC—Are They Enough?
In the new regulatory environment, your due diligence strategy can either keep you in a relatively comfortable safe harbor or leave you uncomfortably exposed. Traditionally, QA and QC have meant re-verifying the facts of an underwriting—QA before funding, QC post funding. Your due diligence strategy now carries added significance. Lenders will soon face significant liability if they fail to adequately underwrite mortgage loan transactions to determine a borrower's likely ability to repay the loan. Our expert panel explores this unsettling new reality.

Moderator
•  Mark Hughes, VP, Due Diligence Solutions, CoreLogic

Panelists
•  Kathy Kelbaugh, VP/Senior Analyst, Moody's Investor Services
•  Teresa Jackson, VP/Credit Policy, Redwood Trust
•  Justin Vedder, EVP, CastleLine Holdings, LLC

Tuesday Investor Track

11:10 – 12:00 PM  

MSR Valuations—Winners and Losers
How are the new regulations governing capital requirements for banks—especially new Basel III-inspired ALLL regulations—influencing servicing rights ownership and retention? Since the new tighter rules are forcing many banks to reduce or eliminate their MSR portfolios, is that creating attractive new acquisition opportunities for large hedge funds and REITs? Are there also profitable plays for savvy smaller investors? What strategy should you follow? Join our experts in exploring how to understand the new MSR rules and the opportunities they create.

Moderator
•  Tony Atkins, Consultant/Advisory Services, CoreLogic

Panelists
•  Michael Lau, CEO, Pingora Asset Management
•  Robert Partlow, SVP, SunTrust Banks, Inc.
•  Ketan Parekh, Director/Global Asset Based Finance, Bank of America – Merrill Lynch

Tuesday Research and Analytics Track

11:10 – 12:00 PM  

Credit Risk Modeling—Powerful New Approaches 
Challenged by the paucity of loan performance data post the mortgage meltdown and the new regulatory landscape, modeling experts have responded with new, tightly-focused data and technical approaches to credit, prepayment, default, loss, and cash flow risk modeling. Indeed, practitioners are facing challenges trying to measure credit and prepayment risk on a daily basis. This panel will discuss these challenges and the strategies, including reliance upon alternative types of data and segmentation methods, being used to address them.

Moderator
•  Michael Bradley, Senior Vice President/Analytics, CoreLogic

Panelists
•  David Zhang, Managing Director/Fixed Income, Credit Suisse
•  John McMurray, Chief Risk Officer, Russell Investments
•  Tanmoy Mukherjee, Managing Director/Strategy & Research, Axonic Capital
•  Phil Daskevich, President, Digilant Capital, LLC

Tuesday Regulatory and Compliance Track

11:10 – 12:00 PM  

Servicing Distressed Government Loans—New Terms, New Strategies
Given recent changes in the terms of many government loans—FHA, VA, No Bids, SCRA— the risks of servicing them when distressed have evolved in subtle but significant ways. New protocols, like SCRA's built-in forbearance for certain armed services members and other new changes will demand that servicers revisit and update their current distressed-mortgage strategies. Our panel of experts reviews the impact—from both the government's and servicers' perspectives—and explores effective alternate servicing strategies.

Moderator
•  Toni Moss, CEO, AmeriCatalyst LLC/EuroCatalyst BV

Panelists
•  Toby Wells, CFO, Specialized Loan Servicing
•  Joseph DeDominicis, CEO, SN Servicing
•  Matt Martin, Director/National Servicing Center, Dept. of Housing & Urban Development

Tuesday Afternoon

12:00 – 12:30 PM   Lunch and Hotel Check Out
12:30 – 2:30 PM   Product/Analytics Sessions
Track A
12:30 – 1:30 PM  

Stochastic Processes—Mitigating Tail Risk – Understanding the stochastic processes governing housing prices and interest rates is essential to relaxing credit standards and costing/pricing credit risk. This session examines how leveraging critical linkages between various types of models can be used to guard against extreme events.

Presenters
•  Michael Bradley, PhD, Senior Vice President/Analytics
•  Mark Liu, PhD, Principal Economist, Analytics

1:30 – 2:30 PM  

Short Sales—Analytics for Quantitatively Evaluating Offers for Servicers and Investors
Distressed homeowner short sale fraud has jumped from under 4% to over 20% of mortgage fraud in the past two years. Presentation looks at how servicers can use updated CoreLogic data and data-driven methods to detect suspicious short sale offers—before accepting them.

Presenters
•  Matt Cannon, Director, Analytics
•  Jacqueline Doty, Vice President, Collateral Strategy
•  Liang Tian, Principal Scientist, Analytics

Track B
12:30 – 1:30PM  

QM and QRM—Using Data and Analytics to Inform Public Policy
Real estate and mortgage data analysis drives public policies affecting housing finance, community development, urban planning, and more. Presentation shows new CoreLogic analyses assessing the potential impact of the new QM and QRM rules on these policies.

Presenters
•  Sam Khater, Principal Economist
•  Katie Dobbyn, Senior Economist

1:30 – 2:30 PM  

Spatial Solutions—Estimating & Sizing Mortgage Losses from Natural Hazards 
Explores case studies from Hurricane Sandy, including how CoreLogic natural hazard data was used to identify flood losses outside FEMA flood zones and evaluate total losses, increased costs of rebuilding, strategic defaults, and reductions in land value.

Presenters
•  Mark Fleming, PhD, VP/Chief Economist
•  Howard Botts, VP/Chief Scientist, Spatial Solutions
•  Katie Dobbyn, Senior Economist

2:30 PM   End of Conference

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