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Freddie Mac Events at the MBA Commercial
Multifamily Servicing & Technology Conference

May 13, 2013

The Mortgage Bankers Association's Commercial/Multifamily Servicing and Technology Conference in Phoenix, AZ, May 20-22, is fast approaching, and we're looking forward to seeing you there. Please join us at one or more of the Freddie Mac events during the conference. All of these activities will take place at the Arizona Biltmore.

Correspondent Meeting Logistics & Agenda
Monday, May 20
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
McArthur Ballroom 4
Freddie Mac Correspondent Meeting
(for Freddie Mac Seller/Servicers only)

After grabbing your lunch at the Networking Luncheon in the exhibit area, join the Asset Management & Operations management team for a Multifamily business update including the following topics:

  • Demystifying the role of asset management surveillance - Who, What and Why?
  • Consent Request Tracker (CRT) update
  • Q&A session with the Asset Management & Operations team

We will also have staff participate as panelists on two concurrent sessions during the conference:

Freddie Mac Participants at Conference Panels
Monday, May 20
10:45 a.m. - Noon

Concurrent Session: Multifamily Servicing: The GSE Response
Frank Lloyd Wright Ballroom, Salons F-J

Michael Lipson, Senior Vice President, Multifamily Asset Management & Operations will participate as a panelist.

Join this panel for a discussion of changing GSE servicing requirements, the methods and standards being implemented to perform, and how some of these changes impact the servicers.

Monday, May 20
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Concurrent Session: Insights into Default Management
Frank Lloyd Wright Ballroom, Salons F-J

Pamela Dent, Senior Director, Multifamily Asset Management will participate as a panelist.

Join this panel as it provides insight into the reasoning behind workout and resolution decisions and a discussion of deal or servicing structures that may allow for more efficient resolution.

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