Innovate. Transform. Thrive.

This year’s theme for RiskSummit is “Innovate. Transform. Thrive.” The conference will explore the pivotal convergence of big data and advanced technologies, and the transformational opportunities they offer to participants across the housing economy. Now in its 29th consecutive year, RiskSummit has grown to become one of the most prestigious housing economy conferences bringing together hundreds of domestic and international executives from mortgage banking, capital markets, home insurance carriers, regulatory agencies, government-sponsored enterprises, multifamily and rental property management companies and real estate information providers.

Event Highlights

Sunday, July 30

  • Arrivals
  • Solutions Sessions on Risk Management, Underwriting & Valuation, and Market Intelligence
  • Welcome Reception and Dinner

Monday, July 31

  • Opening General Session and Keynote Speaker
  • Peer-to-Peer Networking Activities
  • Reception & Monte Carlo Night Dinner Event

Tuesday, August 1

  • Industry Sessions and Thought Leadership Panels
  • Closing General Session and Keynote Speaker
  • Lunch and Departures

Our Speakers

Opening General Session

Tucker Carlson
Today's Political Landscape and the Future of Housing

Tucker Carlson

Host of Tucker Carlson Tonight, airing primetime on FOX, Tucker Carlson will be joining us at our Opening General Session as a keynote speaker. Founder of The Daily Caller, one of the largest and fastest growing news sites in the country, Tucker was previously the co-host of Fox and Friends Weekend. He joined FOX from MSNBC, where he hosted several nightly programs. Previously, he was also the co-host of Crossfire on CNN, as well as the host of a weekly public affairs program on PBS.

In a penetrating look at housing policy and the regulatory outlook in today's political climate, Tucker Carlson will take us behind closed doors, offering a candid, up-to-the-moment analysis of events. From a look at Congress to the agenda ahead for the new administration, count on Carlson for an informative and honest take on the future of the Republican party and all things political.



Frank Nothaft
Economic Update: Perspective and Trends in Housing

Frank Nothaft RiskSummit Economic UpdateFrank Nothaft, Executive, Chief Economist, CoreLogic, leads the Office of the Chief Economist and is responsible for analysis, commentary and forecasting trends in global real estate, insurance and mortgage markets. Before joining CoreLogic, Dr. Nothaft served in a variety of leadership positions with increasing responsibility at Freddie Mac. Dr. Nothaft will present an economic update to include rising interest rates that are up about 0.5 percentage points since last summer and how many projections place rates on fixed-rate mortgages at 4.5% in the coming year. If so, then mortgage rates would be at their highest level since 2011.

Discussion will explore the effect of higher rates on:

  • Affordability
  • Owner mobility
  • For-sale inventory
  • Originations
  • Credit and fraud risk


John Hope Bryant, Dr. Christopher Hebert, Christopher Wheat & Stuart Pratt
Housing Affordability: Innovating the New American Dream

Housing Affordability

Join respected panelists as they examine the new face of the typical property owner, analyzing how shifting demographics, consumption patterns and social requirements are transforming the housing market. The enlightening discussion between these thought leaders will also touch on the growing need for innovative data analytics within financial services, real estate and government.

The panel will be moderated by Stuart Pratt, Executive, Government Affairs and Industry Relations, CoreLogic.

Panelists include:

  • John Hope Bryant, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Operation Hope
  • Dr. Christopher Herbert, Managing Director of Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies
  • Christopher Wheat, Director of Business Research for the JPMorgan Chase Institute

Closing General Session

Ed DeMarco
Housing Finance Reform: Opening the Door to Innovation

Ed DeMarco RiskSummit Closing Keynote SpeakerEd DeMarco, Financial Services Roundtable, Housing Policy Council, President, will join us at the RiskSummit Closing General Session as our keynote speaker with a presentation titled “Housing Finance Reform: Opening the Door to Innovation.

Prior to June 1, 2017, DeMarco was the senior fellow in residence at the Milken Institute Center for Financial Markets and former acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). Ed DeMarco’s speech will follow this year’s conference focus on innovation and transformation – all designed to provide the intelligence and insights you need for your business to thrive.

Questions?

Please contact your account manager or representative with any questions related to RiskSummit 2017. Or email risksummit@corelogic.com.

Registration

As an essential annual retreat for mortgage and key industry leaders for more than 25 years, RiskSummit will provide thought-provoking insights within the housing system, with an expanded range of presentations that address numerous critical solution areas, such as Risk Management, Underwriting/Valuation, and Market Intelligence.

For more information about attending RiskSummit 2017, please click the links below:

Note: Attire for RiskSummit is business casual.

 

RiskSummit Registration Fees 

Please register as early as possible, and take advantage of our special conference registration fees.

  • Early Registration Fee - $295 (vs. standard fee of $495)
    • Contact your CoreLogic account manager or sales representative with any questions
  • Select non-clients, including CoreLogic partners, consultants and third party vendors require approval for registration
  • Media attendance not permitted

Conference registration fee includes:

  • Admission to RiskSummit Opening and Closing General Sessions
  • Sunday: Solutions Sessions on Risk Management, Underwriting/Valuation, and Market Intelligence; Evening Welcome Reception and Dinner
  • Monday: Breakfast and Lunch; Afternoon Networking Activity; Evening Reception and Dinner Event
  • Tuesday: Breakfast and Lunch; Industry Sessions Panels on Mortgage, Capital Markets, Government, Real Estate, Rental Property, Insurance, Spatial and International
  • Daily refreshments and conference materials
  • (Air travel and hotel room are not included in registration fee.)

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Hotel and Travel 

Monarch Beach Resort

RiskSummit 2017 is once again at the elegant Monarch Beach Resort (formerly 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 new Miraval "Life in Balance" Spa, on-site championship Monarch Beach Golf Links, the Coastal Caterpillar Club for younger guests and several ocean-view restaurants, including AVEO Table + Bar, and Stonehill Tavern, a Michael Mina restaurant.

Monarch Beach Resort

RiskSummit Hotel Discount

The Monarch Beach Resort offers nightly rates for a limited number of rooms for RiskSummit 2017 attendees starting at $310 excluding taxes and fees, considerably less than the hotel's standard rates - available Sunday, July 30 to Tuesday, August 1, 2017.  

To reserve your room and secure these special discounted rates, go to the hotel's online booking page or call the Monarch Beach Resort (ask for the "CoreLogic RiskSummit" rate - be sure to scroll all the way down to get to the RiskSummit link).

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Monarch Beach Resort
One Monarch Beach Resort
Dana Point, CA 92629
USA
1.800.722.1543 (toll-free)
1.949.234.3900 (direct)

NOTE: Please direct any questions regarding making Monarch Beach Resort reservations to Alyssa Foster, Group Reservation Coordinator at afoster@monarchbeachresort.com or 949.234.3809.

Airport-Hotel Transportation

Please contact the hotel to pick you up at the airport (at an extra fee), or plan to take a taxi or other transportation for the airport-to-hotel trip. Travel distance, depending on which airport is as follows:

  • Orange County John Wayne Airport (SNA): 21 miles one-way (recommended)
  • 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

More Information 

To learn more about RiskSummit 2017, contact your CoreLogic account manager or representative, or email risksummit@corelogic.com.

Sunday, July 30

 

We urge you to arrive early for this year's event to attend Sunday afternoon Solutions Sessions—all designed to help you solve your business needs and problems, from your point of view.

Sunday’s sessions will feature additions, new developments and uses for our most sophisticated analytics and latest product solutions. Discover how the shift of data analytics from responsive to predictive risk management can now help you grow your business more proactively – and how to stay ahead of the pack.

Hosted by business and technical experts, these sessions will provide updates on innovations and product enhancements that address important current industry trends and needs. It is also a great opportunity to sit down with product specialists to get answers to your specific questions and to discuss your needs in-person. What’s more, you may network with your peers and hear from other clients on their experience and perspectives. More information on sessions will be provided, including new panelists, so please check for updates periodically.

12:00 – 6:00 PM

Arrivals
RiskSummit Conference Registration
CoreLogic Hospitality Desk

1:00 – 5:45 PM

Solutions Sessions

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6:30 – 9:30 PM

Welcome Reception and Dinner

   

Risk Management Track (1:00 – 4:30 PM)

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Demystifying Mortgage Fraud Risk Mitigation

Mortgage fraud becomes an increasingly relevant concern as the market shifts more into purchase activity, but diligent oversight can reduce the risk. This session will:

  • Oversee the shifting geographic risk migration pattern
  • Examine risk migration patterns at local levels
  • Demonstrate how to derive key intelligence from various factors
  • Reveal examples of the next big fraud hot spots

CoreLogic speakers include:

  • Bridget Berg, Principal, Industry Solutions
  • Bret Fortenberry, Senior Professional, Science & Analytics
   

2:15 – 3:15 PM

Portfolio Surveillance 101

Advancements in automation have allowed lenders to take a more proactive approach to monitoring the risk associated with hidden liens tied to their investment. This session will show how portfolio monitoring is important for:

  • Establishing lien position confidence
  • Understanding involuntary lien risk
  • Proper flood insurance oversight
  • Appropriate property tax management

CoreLogic speakers include:

  • Bruce Kagan, Principal, Advisory Services
  • Dillon Vestal, Senior Leader, Advisory Services
   

3:30 – 4:30 PM

Unsteady Ground – Catastrophic Event Risk Management

Even portfolios with the most pristine credit quality are still vulnerable to a catastrophic event. This session highlights why shrewd lenders should consider their exposure to catastrophic risk by:

  • Exposing the effect of natural hazard risk on mortgage impairment
  • Showing specific cases where catastrophic events damaged portfolio performance
  • Revealing how the entire ecosystem (from insurers to investors) has changed

CoreLogic speakers include:

  • Kent David, Senior Leader, Analytics Consulting
  • Amy Gromowski, Senior Leader, Science & Analytics

Underwriting & Valuation Tract (1:00 – 4:30 PM)

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Responsible Condo Underwriting – Don’t Get Caught Off Guard!

Learn how lenders and servicers take on significant risk exposure if they don’t underwrite condo projects correctly. This informative session will show attendees:

  • Tips on underwriting condos to facilitate GSE approval
  • Proper risk management on condo loans
  • How to protect your portfolio from Super Liens

CoreLogic speakers include:

  • Jacqueline Doty, Executive, Product Management
  • Dillon Vestal, Senior Leader, Advisory Services
   

2:15 – 3:15 PM

Closing the Gap to Digital Mortgage

Why does it take 45 to 60 days to close a loan? When each day represents a loss of income, this session will explore how digital solutions can be used to:

  • Reduce time-to-close
  • Ensure quality
  • Maintain or increase certainty

CoreLogic speakers include:

  • Susan Allen, Principal, Product Solutions
  • Eric Connors, Executive, Mortgage Credit & Analytics
  • Juan Valles, Senior Professional, Solutions Sales
   

3:30 – 4:30 PM

Expanding the Frontier of Property Valuation

Valuation processes and tools such as Appraisal Reviews, Desktop Valuations, BPOs and AVMs often do not have first-hand knowledge of property condition, quality, and location factors. This session will explore cutting edge techniques that can fill in this data gap including:

  • Machine learning
  • Text mining
  • Image recognition

CoreLogic speakers include:

  • Matt Cannon, Principal, Science & Analytics
  • Bin He, Principal, Science & Analytics
  • Shawn Telford, Senior Leader, Product Management
  • Jon Wierks, Principal, Science & Analytics

Market Intelligence Track (1:00 – 5:45 PM)

1:00 – 4:30 PM

Innovation Lounge

Innovation In Action – Come to our interactive kiosk and watch live demonstrations showcasing new data and technology capabilities which power CoreLogic solutions and bring new insights to life. From artificial intelligence to machine-learning – come experience how CoreLogic is innovating to power the housing ecosystem into the next generation.

CoreLogic experts include:

  • Patrick Jacolenne, Executive, Data Strategy 
  • Neil Pearson, Principal, Data Strategy
   

4:45 – 5:45 PM

New and Emerging Research from the Office of the Chief Economist

The Office of the Chief Economist at CoreLogic will present new research using data from its Entry-Level Demand Index, Housing Credit Index, Loan Performance Insights and Single-Family Repeat Rent Index. Notable findings include:

  • Urban Housing Rebound – The changing demand for urban real estate has ramifications for mortgage across metropolitan areas. As city properties grow in value, the demand for suburban properties diminishes, causing an increase in risk.
  • Mistaken Market Perceptions – Public belief holds that mortgage underwriting has become tight, but data shows that low-credit borrowers are not applying in the same rates as before, causing a dip in demand rather than product.

CoreLogic speaker:

  • Sam Khater, Executive, Research & Insights

Dinner

6:30 – 9:30 PM

Welcome Reception and Dinner

Meet your peers, keynote speakers and panelists, and CoreLogic client representatives, subject matter experts and management.

Monday, July 31

7:00 – 8:00 AM

Breakfast

8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Opening General Session

12:00 – 1:00 PM

Lunch

1:00 – 6:00 PM

Networking Activities

7:00 – 11:00 PM

Reception and Monte Carlo Night Dinner Event

   
   

Opening General Session (8:00 AM – 12:00 PM)

Welcome and Introductions

Frank Martell, President & Chief Executive Officer, CoreLogic

David Martin, Global Head of Sales & Marketing, CoreLogic

 

Innovation - Powering the Customer Experience of the Future

Olumide Soroye, Managing Director, Property Information & Analytics, Data & Analytics Management, CoreLogic

 

KEYNOTE

Tucker CarlsonToday's Political Landscape and the Future of Housing

Host of Tucker Carlson Tonight, airing primetime on FOX, Tucker Carlson will be joining us at our Opening General Session as a keynote speaker. Founder of The Daily Caller, one of the largest and fastest growing news sites in the country, Tucker was previously the co-host of Fox and Friends Weekend. He joined FOX from MSNBC, where he hosted several nightly programs. Previously, he was also the co-host of Crossfire on CNN, as well as the host of a weekly public affairs program on PBS.

In a penetrating look at housing policy and the regulatory outlook in today's political climate, Tucker Carlson will take us behind closed doors, offering a candid, up-to-the-moment analysis of events. From a look at Congress to the agenda ahead for the new administration, count on Carlson for an informative and honest take on the future of the Republican party and all things political.

 
 

Frank Nothaft RiskSummit Economic UpdateEconomic Update - Perspective and Trends in Housing

Frank Nothaft, Executive, Chief Economist, CoreLogic, leads the Office of the Chief Economist and is responsible for analysis, commentary and forecasting trends in global real estate, insurance and mortgage markets. Before joining CoreLogic, Dr. Nothaft served in a variety of leadership positions with increasing responsibility at Freddie Mac. Dr. Nothaft will present an economic update to include rising interest rates that are up about 0.5 percentage points since last summer and how many projections place rates on fixed-rate mortgages at 4.5% in the coming year. If so, then mortgage rates would be at their highest level since 2011.

 

Housing AffordabilityHousing Affordability – Innovating the New American Dream

Join respected panelists, John Hope Bryant, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Operation Hope, Dr. Christopher Herbert, Managing Director of Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies and Christopher Wheat, Director of Business Research for the JPMorgan Chase Institute as they examine the new face of the typical property owner, analyzing how shifting demographics, consumption patterns and social requirements are transforming the housing market. The enlightening discussion between these thought leaders will also touch on the growing need for innovative data analytics within financial services, real estate and government.

The panel will be moderated by Stuart Pratt, CoreLogic, Executive, Government Affairs and Industry Relations


LUNCH 12:00 – 1:00 PM


Networking Activities (1:00 – 6:00 PM)

(times vary based upon selected activities, at time of online registration)


Reception & Monte Carlo Night Dinner Event (7:00 – 11:00 PM)

Join your colleagues for an evening of great food and refreshments while playing in our casino.

Tuesday, August 1

 

7:00 – 8:00 AM

Breakfast

8:00 – 11:00 AM

Industry Sessions - Thought Leadership Panels

11:00 – 12:00 PM

Closing General Session

Ed DeMarco RiskSummit Closing Keynote SpeakerHousing Finance Reform: Opening the Door to Innovation

Ed DeMarco, Financial Services Roundtable, Housing Policy Council, President will join us at the RiskSummit Closing General Session as our keynote speaker with a presentation titled “Housing Finance Reform: Opening the Door to Innovation.

Prior to June 1, 2017, DeMarco was the senior fellow in residence at the Milken Institute Center for Financial Markets and former acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). Ed DeMarco’s speech will follow this year’s conference focus on innovation and transformation – all designed to provide the intelligence and insights you need for your business to thrive.

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Lunch

   

Industry Sessions I (8:00 – 9:15 AM)

 

The Rise of Credit Risk Transfer – An Innovation in Structured Finance

Since 2013, Credit Risk Transfer has represented a fundamental shift in how the GSEs manage risk. But what is the future of CRT?

  • Secondary market leaders at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac discuss their CRT programs
  • The broader panel evaluates alternative risk transfer structures
  • Each panelist weighs in on the "what the future may hold" as a participant in this space

Panelists include:

  • Vandy Fartaj, PennyMac, Senior Managing Director & Chief Capital Markets Officer
  • Gina Healy, Freddie Mac, Vice President, Credit Risk Transfer
  • Renee R. Schultz, Fannie Mae, SVP, Capital Markets
  • Joe Monaghan, Aon Benfield, Inc., Executive Managing Director
  • Michael Saccento, CoreLogic, Senior Leader, Product Management (Moderator)
 

Valuation Innovation

With 6-7 million homes needing valuation each year, there is no shortage of efforts to transform the residential property valuation space, but which innovations are fit to purpose? In this session, we will:

  • Discuss current pain points and innovation opportunities
  • Review new advances in property valuation
  • Learn from Australia's streamlined approach focusing on customer experience

Panelists include:

  • Kathy Kelton, Wells Fargo, Senior Vice President, Residential Valuation Services
  • Craig Mackenzie, CoreLogic, Executive, Product & Solutions
  • Katherine Owen, Bank of America, Senior Vice President, Chief Appraiser - Quality Assurance
  • Sean Telford, CoreLogic, Senior Leader, Product Management
  • Jay Kingsley, CoreLogic, Executive, Valuation Solutions (Moderator)
 

Digital Lending Disruption - Revolutionizing the Customer Experience

Join us for a close examination of the recent advances in digital mortgage and consumer lending that are driving disruption and revolutionizing the customer experience. Leading industry experts will share their insights across the full loan lifecycle on:

  • Digital operations
  • Mobile enablement
  • Self-service capabilities

Panelists include:

  • Rajesh Bhat, Roostify, CEO
  • Nima Ghamsari, Blend, CEO
  • Dominick Marchetti, loanDepot, CTO
  • Gary Moyer, Chase Mortgage, CTO
  • Kenneth Knudsen, CoreLogic, Principal, Client Engagement (Moderator)
 

Investor-Driven Trends in Mortgage Markets

With positive trends emerging for an expanded PLS marketplace, and the Federal Reserve Board considering how they will unwind a balance sheet overloaded with MBS, this lively dialogue will have buyers of mortgage assets discuss their perspectives on:

  • Credit policies
  • Affordable Housing
  • Reps and warrants
  • Driving innovation in the mortgage industry

Panelists include:

  • Andrew Bon Salle, Fannie Mae, Executive Vice President, Single-Family Business
  • Michael Bradley, Freddie Mac, SVP, Single Family Modeling and Analytics
  • Kevin Chavers, BlackRock, Managing Director
  • Ed Golding, Urban Institute, Non Resident Fellow in the Housing Finance Policy Center
  • Arlene Hyde, CoreLogic, Executive, Market & Client Strategy (Moderator)
 

Innovation: the Art of the Possible

What’s important to businesses - whether originators, servicers or consumers – when it comes to innovation? Are we getting close to a true paperless process? This innovation session and demonstration will focus on potential low hanging fruit and industry-wide efforts to bring innovation to the marketplace

  • Above and Beyond - What’s new in drone aerial photography
  • As good as being there - Virtual Reality (VR) Viewers   

Presenters include:

  • Patrick Jacolenne, Executive, Data Strategy, CoreLogic
  • John Rogers, Executive, Innovation Development Center, CoreLogic Labs
 
 

Industry Sessions II (9:30 – 10:45 AM)

 

Vision and Initiatives on Affordable Lending

Join us as we cover innovative ways to keep affordable mortgage credit flowing to first-time homebuyers and underserved markets while expanding homeownership responsibly. In this session, we'll have a lively dialogue with teh GSEs to find out more about topics such as:

  • "Duty to Serve" and the GSEs' proposed underserved markets plans
  • Manufactured housing, affordable housing preservation and rural markets
  • Mortgage risk, and safety and soundness considerations
  • Potential impacts on the housing market and economic conditions

Panelists Include:

  • Mike Dawson, Freddie Mac, Vice President, Affordable Lending Strategies & Initiatives
  • Jude Landis, Fannie Mae, Vice President, Single-Family Credit Policy & Risk Management
  • Alfred Pollard, Federal Housing Finance Agency, General Counsel
  • Jacqueline Doty, CoreLogic, Executive, Product Management (Moderator)
 

When to Consider Alternatives to a Full Appraisal

Fluctuations in fees and turn-times of appraisals wreak havoc in our industry, fueling an interest in appraisal alternatives. In this session, we’ll explore: 

  • The benefits and potential risks of skipping a full appraisal
  • Innovative new valuation solutions
  • Desktop appraisals

Panelists Include:

  • Fred Bader, Citi, Managing Director Mortgage Risk
  • Michael Bradley, Freddie Mac, SVP, Single Family Modeling and Analytics
  • John Treadwell, Fannie Mae, Director of Economics
  • Susan Allen, CoreLogic, Principal, Product Solutions (Moderator)
 

Opportunities for Fintechs in Open Banking

The rise of open banking is making it possible for small and nimble fintechs to compete with larger and more established financial institutions. In this session, we’ll examine new opportunities for innovation that open banking creates in processes such as:

  • Credit decisioning
  • Income verification
  • Fraud and identify theft verification

Panelists Include:

  • Maria Harris, Atom Bank, Director of Retail Mortgages
  • Paul Fielding, SoFi, Vice President, Products and Pricing
  • Hugo Raaijmakers, ING, Global Head of Innovation Management
  • Greg Dickason, CoreLogic, Executive, Software Engineering & Technology, Property Intelligence (Moderator) 
 

Finding Common Ground - Real Estate Best Practices

What part does innovation and technology play in helping find common ground between real estate brokerages, lenders, insurance companies and other housing professionals? We'll cover:

  • How to reduce friction points
  • The desired objectives of all participants
  • Case studies and ideas to create better alignment

Panelists Include:

  • Craig King, Chase International, COO
  • Kurt Morgan, Capital Insurance Group, Director of Strategy
  • Rick Soukoulis, Western Bancorp, CEO
  • Ohan Antebian, CoreLogic, Senior Leader, Product Management (Moderator)
 

The State of the Rental Market

Join us as an esteemed panel explores the macrotrends of the rental market and how they differ from the purchase market. Our discussion will include:

  • The effect of renter quality on resident damage
  • Solutions for the increasingly regulatory environment caused by the FCRA
  • The rise of application fraud in online leasing

Panelists include:

  • Anna Fischer, ID Analytics, a Symantec company, Director, Client Services
  • Rose Fitzgerald, Advanced Management Company (AMC), Director of Training
  • Frank Nothaft, CoreLogic, Executive, Chief Economist
  • Alan O'Brien, Tricon American Homes, Executive Vice President of Operations
  • David Dillon, CoreLogic, Principal, Client Market Strategy (Moderator)
 
 

Closing General Session (11:00 AM – 12:00 PM)


Ed DeMarco RiskSummit Closing Keynote SpeakerHousing Finance Reform: Opening the Door to Innovation

Ed DeMarco, Financial Services Roundtable, Housing Policy Council, President will join us at the RiskSummit Closing General Session as our keynote speaker with a presentation titled “Housing Finance Reform: Opening the Door to Innovation.

Prior to June 1, 2017, DeMarco was the senior fellow in residence at the Milken Institute Center for Financial Markets and former acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). Ed DeMarco’s speech will follow this year’s conference focus on innovation and transformation – all designed to provide the intelligence and insights you need for your business to thrive.

   

Closing Comments

  • David Martin, CoreLogic, Global Head of Sales & Marketing

Lunch (1:00 – 2:00 PM)

 

Additional sessions, speakers and conference information to be updated frequently.  Times and speakers subject to change. All times listed on schedule are Pacific Standard Time.