U.S. Mortgages Hot Topics Seminar

Please join us on Thursday, June 27, 2013 to discuss hot topics in the U.S. mortgages sector. Speakers will include senior analysts from Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services’ Structured Finance commercial and residential mortgage-backed securities, U.S. Public Finance Housing and Financial Institutions ratings teams. Our program also features notable guest speakers from the industry.

Register today. Topics will include:

The global economic outlook, presented by Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services’ deputy chief economist, Beth Ann Bovino

Our views on activity and performance throughout the real estate market

Issuer and investor concerns and considerations: regulation, transparency in the new securitization world, asset underwriting standards, service provider standards, and structural evolutions
Guest speakers on our industry panel will share their perspectives:

Andrew Lipton, Director – Global Public Markets, Proprietary Investments, TIAA-CREF

Nancy Mueller-Handal, Head of Structured Finance, MetLife

James Raezer, Managing Director, RBS Securities

Randy Robertson, Managing Director, Head of Securitized Products, BlackRock

A.J. Sfarra, Director, CMBS Capital Markets, Wells Fargo Securities, LLC


Click here for the complete agenda.

In order to make this a highly valuable seminar, please let us know which issues are most important to you—send your questions and suggestions to seminars@standardandpoors.com.

Click here to R.S.V.P. and reserve a seat today.

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