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May 30 Conference on Future of Residential Mortgage Finance

Co-hosted by the Center for Real Estate Finance at NYU Stern, the NYU Pollack Center for Law and Business, The Clearing House, and Mayer Brown LLP

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TCH-NYU Housing Finance Reform Roundtable
The Challenge of Introducing Private Capital into the Housing Finance Marketplace

May 30, 2012

Lester Pollack Colloquium Room
New York University
School of Law
Furman Hall
245 Sullivan Street
New York, NY


9:00 Registration & Continental Breakfast

9:45 Welcome Remarks

10:00 Keynote Address, TBA

10:30 What Should Private Mortgage Finance Look Like?

Moderator: Jason Kravitt, Mayer Brown, LLP


Joseph Tracy, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
David S. Scharfstein, Harvard Business School
Lawrence J. White, NYU Stern

Laurie Goodman, Amherst Securities Group LP
John Gibbons, Wells Fargo
Sanjeev Handa, TIAA-CREF
Barry Zigas, Consumer Federation of America
William Moliski, Redwood Trust, Inc.
James Lockhart, WL Ross & Co. and former Director of FHFA

12:30 Lunch
Keynote Address: Michael Stegman, Counselor for Housing Finance Policy, U.S. Treasury

2:00 How Do We Get There?

Moderator: Ann Schnare, AB Schnare Associates


Deborah Lucas, MIT
Christoper Mayer, Columbia University
Matthew Richardson, NYU Stern

Matthew J. Jozoff, JP Morgan Chase
Mike Malloy, Bank of America
Randy Robertson, BlackRock
Mahesh Swaminathan, Credit Suisse
Eric Stein, Center for Responsible Lending
Jim Millstein, Millstein & Co.

4:00 Concluding Remarks