November 28th, 2012 at 8:00 am


About The Conference

iGlobal Forum is pleased to announce the upcoming 2nd Annual Securitization Finance Summit due to take place on November 28th, 2012 in New York City. The ever-changing environment in the Securitization sector is forcing issuers and investors to adapt new strategies and develop new models in order to stay on top of the field. The forum will take a closer analysis on how the different sectors are evolving, and will give attendees the opportunity to hear from the top investors, issuers and regulators in the field. The panelists will explore the ramifications of the latest regulatory developments and evaluate the market performance of the various asset-classes, including ABS, RMBS, CMBS, CLO and others.  The conference will provide a platform for important discussion and networking between professionals from Investment Banks, Financial Services Companies, Law Firms, Rating Agency Analysts, Pension Funds, Insurance Firms, Analytics Firms, Technology Platform Providers, Loan Companies and more.

Key Topics Covered

  • What is Securitization and why is it frequently misunderstood
  • The Dodd Frank-Act and ongoing financial reforms
  • The Risk Retention Proposal and QRM
  • Improving market transparency for derivatives
  • How Securitization has come back from the brink of the Economic Collapse
  • Creation of the Financial Stability Oversight Council and its Implications
  • Asset-Backed Securities and their evolution
  • The vital role of Securitization in the Housing Sector
  • Evaluating performance and growth in the CMBS sector
  • Current trends and risk involved in RMBS investing
  • Issues affecting ABCP

Network With Leading

  • Regulators
  • Fixed Income Investors
  • Underwriters/Structurers
  • Rating Agency Analysts
  • Trustees and Servicers
  • Technology Platform Providers
  • Analytics Firms

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