NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) –BTIG today announced that the “BTIG Conference on Credit Risk Transfer 😕 The conference will be moderated by Isaac Boltansky, Director of Policy Research BTIG, Ryan Gilbert, BTIG Homebuilding, Real Estate Technology and Specialist Finance Analyst, Eric Hagen, CFA, Mortgage Finance Analyst and BTIG Specialist, and Gabe Poggi, Mortgage Finance Sales Specialist and specialized financing BTIG.
“The renewed interest in credit risk transfers from GSE is in large part due to the change in leadership in Washington, DC,” noted Mr. Boltansky. “By connecting corporate leadership teams, investors and other market participants at our conference, we hope to begin an important dialogue on the current issues, policies and perspectives that are currently shaping the industry. Topics for discussion will include the latest news regarding mortgage credit risk transfers, housing policy, the structured finance landscape, reinsurance, as well as investor perspectives on asset and market opportunities for credit transfers. credit risk. Panelists will also examine the benefits of GSE credit risk transfers for homeowners, taxpayers, and other players in the mortgage ecosystem.
For more information about the event, send an email to [email protected] Please note that participants must be pre-registered to attend. To access BTIG information, contact a firm representative or connect to www.btigresearch.com. The BTIG Credit Risk Transfer Conference is produced by the Corporate Access program of the company which organizes client events in the areas of consumer, energy and infrastructure, finance, healthcare, l real estate as well as technology, media and telecommunications.
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