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The Benefits of Attending the 2019 Ginnie Mae Summit
by Michael Drayne | 5/21/2019

The 2019 Ginnie Mae Summit is fast-approaching, which means Issuers, lenders, investors and policymakers will soon get the chance to hear from, meet and engage with leading figures in the mortgage industry. This year’s two-day event, June 13 to 14 in Washington, D.C., will feature an array of prominent speakers, edifying breakout sessions and insightful panels focusing on a wide range of subjects.

Remarks by high-ranking administration and agency officials as well as policy, thought and business leaders are scheduled throughout the Summit. Along with officials from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and Ginnie Mae, speakers include representatives from the Mortgage Bankers Association, Urban Institute, Freddie Mac, BoA Securities and Credit Suisse.

Attendees will hear from experts about the state of the housing finance system, what’s in store for its future and how stakeholders will be affected. Speakers will touch on recent changes to Ginnie Mae’s MBS guide, certification requirements and compliance reviews as well as areas of upcoming modernization and much more.

In the above video, Michael Drayne, Ginnie Mae’s Senior Vice President in the Office of the President, describes the Summit breakout session that most excites him and the opportunity that it will provide for Issuer participants.

A valuable perk of attending is being able to ask the experts questions. The Summit also features opportunities for professional development such as training sessions, program overviews and networking events.

Don’t miss out on the 2019 Ginnie Mae Summit! Registration and hotel accommodations are filling up quickly, so be sure to book soon.

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