2013 Ginnie Mae Education Summit
Monday November 18, 2013
Opening Session - Ginnie Mae: Our Role in the Housing Finance Industry
Overview: Ginnie Mae Senior Leadership will kick-off our event with a discussion on our mission, organization and growth strategy.
Ted Tozer, President
Mary Kinney, Executive Vice President
Session Two - The State of Ginnie Mae: Current and 2014 Outlook
Overview: The SVP’s of Issuer and Portfolio Management and Risk will present their thoughts on how Ginnie Mae organizes, manages and evaluates current and potential issuers.
Michael Drayne, SVP Issuer and Portfolio
Gregory Keith, SVP & Chief Risk Officer
Session Three – Servicing Oversight
Overview: Ginnie Mae’s program permits Issuers to utilize a third party to service their portfolio. This discussion will introduce you to some Issuers that have effectively incorporated an oversight approach that Ginnie Mae would categorize as best in class.
Additionally, Ginnie Mae is currently making changes to how Portfolio Transfers are executed. New processes include more comprehensive due diligence measures, a slightly longer timeline, streamline and non-streamline transaction types and overall increased Account Executive participation. This session will detail these changes to prepare the issuer for these upcoming MBS guide changes.
Leslie Meaux, Director of Monitoring and Asset Management
Akvile Sweetman, Sr. Account Executive
Session Four – Ensuring Compliance with the Ginnie Mae Program
Overview: With the growth of Ginnie Mae’s program comes an increased need to enhance monitoring of counterparties. Ginnie Mae has embarked on an effort to establish formal processes to measure and communicate Issuer performance. In this session, Ginnie Mae’s Monitoring division will present information on what key indicators and tools are leveraged when assessing an Issuer’s performance including: baseline monitoring, utilization of financial statement information, and on-site compliance review results. Lastly, the Monitoring division will discuss the newly implemented operational review as well as discuss the roll out of the Issuer Operational Performance Profile (IOPP).
Paul St. Laurent, Sr. Mortgage Banking Analyst
Erica Johnson, Sr. Mortgage Banking Analyst
Rene Mondonedo, Sr. Mortgage Banking Analyst
John Staudt, Mortgage Banking Analyst
Tuesday November 19, 2013
Session One - Ginnie Mae Modernization
Overview: Hear from the Ginnie Mae technology team as they discuss upcoming changes to system functionality in the Ginnie Mae Enterprise Portal as well as the current status of our MISMO and Loan Level Disclosure procedures.
Belinda Jackson, Director of Products and Program Management
Tamara Togans, Director of Enterprise Data Solutions
Session Two – Business Partner Panel
Overview: Representatives from the government insuring agencies, FHA, VA, RD and PIH will join the event to discuss their agency mission and goals for the upcoming year.
Session Three: Program Breakouts
Overview: Spend the afternoon amongst your peers in the single family, multifamily, HMBS, and document custodian breakout sessions. You’ll have the opportunity to hear from the Ginnie Mae employees you work with on a day to day basis.
Session Four: Focus Groups
Overview: We want to hear from you! Our focus groups will allow you to voice your opinions on several procedures and systems here at Ginnie Mae. Let us know what is working well and what needs to be improved. Choose your topic and join in on the discussion. Potential topics include GinnieNet, IPA procedures, and Exception Feedback reporting.
Closing Session: Hot Topics
Overview: We will kick off with a discussion of the Ginnie Mae policies regarding delinquent loan buyouts and modification requirements, and then open the discussion to comments, questions and suggestions about the Ginnie Mae program from the Issuers and Document Custodians.
Stephanie Schader, Program Development Manager
This schedule is subject to minor changes.