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Billy Beane
Oakland A's General Manager and Subject of Moneyball

Session: Opening General Session - Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game

Considered one of the most progressive and talented baseball executives in the game today, Billy Beane has molded the Oakland Athletics into a perennial postseason contender since assuming the general manager’s duties shortly following the 1997 season. Under Beane’s watch, the A’s have compiled a 1300–1128 (.535) record over the last 15 seasons, which is the fourth-best record in the American League and seventh best in all of baseball during that time frame. Best-selling author Michael Lewis chronicled their journey in his 2003 bestselling book Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game.

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David H. Stevens
President and Chief Executive Officer
Mortgage Bankers Association
Session: Opening General Session

David H. Stevens is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Mortgage Bankers Association. Stevens has a background in housing which includes experience as a Senior Executive in finance, sales, mortgage acquisition and investment, risk management and regulatory oversight. Stevens started his professional career with a sixteen-year tenure at the World Savings Bank. He later was a Senior Vice President at Freddie Mac and an Executive Vice President at Wells Fargo. Stevens was President and Chief Operating Officer of Long and Foster Companies, the nation’s largest, privately-held real estate firm. David H. Stevens has been named one of Swanepoel TRENDS Report’s “Top Ten Newsmakers” of the year, made Bloomberg’s “50 Most Powerful People in Real Estate” list, and was named one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders” by Inman News

   

David M. Silberman
Associate Director
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Session: Opening General Session: Industry Update from CFPB on Final Rules

David Silberman currently serves as the Associate Director for Research, Markets, and Regulations at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. His involvement with consumer financial services began when, as Deputy General Counsel of the AFL-CIO, he created an organization to provide financial services to union members and negotiated the first AFL-CIO credit card program. Mr. Silberman went on to serve as President and CEO of Union Privilege and later as Director of the AFL-CIO Task Force on Labor Law. Prior to joining the CFPB as the Assistant Director for Card Markets, he served as General Counsel and Executive Vice President of Kessler Financial Services, a privately-held company focused on providing advisory services in developing and marketing new credit card products and in the purchase and sale of credit card portfolios. He began his career as a law clerk to Justice Thurgood Marshall and then as a member of the law firm Bredhoff & Kaiser. Mr. Silberman is a graduate of Brandeis University and Harvard Law School

   

Tracey Mooney
Senior Vice President, Servicing and REO
Freddie Mac
Session: Second General Session: GSE and Government Agency Forum

Ms. Mooney is responsible for managing Freddie Mac’s relationships with more than 1,400 servicers. She oversees the performance of the company’s $1.7 trillion single-family guarantee portfolio with an overarching goal of reducing credit losses and preserving communities through responsible loss mitigation, liquidation and REO asset management and disposition strategies. Prior to her current position, Mooney served as senior vice president, Single-Family Credit Management (SFCM). In that role, she was accountable for managing Single-Family credit risk by ensuring that Freddie Mac customers met eligibility and performance standards and delivered mortgages that met Freddie Mac’s credit-quality standards and negotiated terms of business.

From 2003 to 2009, Mooney served as vice president of SFCM. Prior to that, she was vice president of Sales for Freddie Mac’s Atlanta Regional office, where she oversaw and maintained relationships with National and Regional customers and managed the sales force, credit, and customer service support areas for 18 states in the Southeast and Southwest, as well as Puerto Rico.



   

Charles Coulter
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Single Family Housing
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Session: Second General Session: GSE and Government Agency Forum

Charles Coulter is responsible for managing all aspects of FHA’s Single Family Housing operation including program management, servicing and REO management, quality control and institutional risk management. He started his mortgage career with a regional bank where he was, ultimately, responsible for all secondary marketing activities. During a 15-year career at Freddie Mac, he held multiple positions in Single Family Sourcing. He led a national business development effort targeting community banks and credit unions and, subsequently, led a team responsible for top-twenty lenders as Vice President, National Lending. Coulter went on to lead Strategy Execution organizations focused on strategy and program development, and executing change for the Single Family Credit Guarantee and Investments and Capital Markets Divisions. He led a business transformation effort for the Single Family Credit Guarantee Division where he developed a strategy that formed the basis for three transformational programs resulting in a new cash conduit platform and the ability to support and leverage the universal mortgage data standard.

   

Leslie A. Peeler
Senior Vice President, National Servicing Organization
Fannie Mae
Session: Second General Session: GSE and Government Agency Forum

LESLIE A. PEELER is Fannie Mae’s Senior Vice President, National Servicing Organization, reporting to the Executive Vice President, Credit Portfolio Management. Peeler is responsible for executing servicing strategies to increase the delivery of foreclosure alternatives to homeowners, reduce the company’s credit expenses, and manage and oversee the company’s relationship with mortgage servicers. Previously, Peeler was responsible for substantially reduce credit expenses by gaining control of Fannie Mae’s highest-risk assets and leading its special servicing strategies. She also led key industry transformation initiatives of the National Servicing Organization, among other roles. Before Joining Fannie Mae, Peeler held a variety of roles in other industry organizations. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from George Mason University.

   

Pete Mills
Senior Vice President, Residential Policy and Member Services
Mortgage Bankers Association
Session: Second General Session: GSE and Government Agency Forum

Pete Mills is Senior Vice President of Residential Policy and Member Services at the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA). In this position, he leads MBA’s residential policy team and also leads efforts to enhance MBA’s residential member engagement, retention and recruitment, as well as the association’s state and local advocacy programs. Mills is an experienced financial services industry executive with 30 years of expertise in public affairs, government relations, public policy and research, all in the housing and mortgage finance arena. Most recently, he served as Managing Director of the Community Mortgage Banking Project, a public policy organization that represents the interests of companies and coalitions involved in the housing and mortgage finance industries.

   

Mitchell Hochberg
Senior Regulatory Counsel
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Session: Special Session: CFPB Final Rulemaking on Servicing Standards

Mitchell E. Hochberg is Senior Counsel in the Division of Research, Markets & Regulations at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau where he leads the development of regulations regarding mortgage servicing.  He joined the CFPB in June 2011 from the regulations branch of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's Division of Consumer and Community Affairs.  Prior to joining the Federal Reserve Board, Mr. Hochberg was a senior associate in the New York office of the law firm of Cadwalader, Wickersham and Taft, LLP where he advised investors and insurers on claims relating to residential mortgage-backed securities and managed major litigations involving mortgage loan repurchase requests and servicing claims. Mr. Hochberg received his J.D. from Boston University School of Law.  He also received an M.A. from Boston University and a B.A. from the George Washington University.  He is a member of the New York and New Jersey bars.

   

Christopher C. Haspel
Senior Advisor, Servicing and Securitization
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Session: Special Session: CFPB Final Rulemaking on Servicing Standards

Mr. Haspel serves as CFPB’s senior expert in residential mortgage servicing and securitization, overseeing policy and research initiatives designed to evaluate how housing finance mechanisms work and how to improve secondary market operations and servicing for residential mortgages from the viewpoint of consumer protection. Prior to joining CFPB, he was the Director of Asset Management and Servicer Monitoring at Ginnie Mae, where he was responsible for monitoring and surveillance of Ginnie Mae’s servicers and management of defaulted issuer portfolios. Before joining Ginnie Mae, he was a Senior Director at Capital One where he was responsible for the held-for-investment whole loan mortgage portfolio.  Prior to that, he has held senior positions in structured finance, servicing and capital markets at Fannie Mae, BlackRock, GE Capital and National Cooperative Bank.

   

Raymond S. Barbone
Executive Vice President, Mortgage Services
BankUnited
Session: Special Session: CFPB Final Rulemaking on Servicing Standards

Raymond S. Barbone is Executive Vice President, Mortgage Services, with BankUnited, the largest bank headquartered in Florida, where he oversees the residential lending and loan administration. Under his direction, BankUnited is recognized as a top performer in Treasury's Home Affordable Modification Program.  In addition, his team is involved with managing the reporting and claims administration requirements of BankUnited's loss share agreement. Prior to BankUnited, Barbone was with ABN AMRO Mortgage Group, Atlantic Mortgage & Investment Corp., and held accounting and audit positions with Regency Financial, Barnett Enterprises and KPMG Peat Marwick. Barbone is a certified public accountant and is trained in Six Sigma. He is active in industry associations and has served in numerous leadership roles with the Mortgage Bankers Association of America and the MBA of Jacksonville. He has also served on the Freddie Mac Servicing Advisory Board, Fannie Mae Strategic Partnering Group, LPS Mortgage Advisory Board and was a member of the American Association of Certified Public Accountants and Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants. In addition to his industry service, Barbone has serviced: as an elected trustee of the Municipal Service District of Ponte Vedra Beach, as president of St. Johns River City Band and Willing Hands of Jacksonville, on the board of Big Brothers\Big Sisters and as a member of the Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach. Barbone graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in accounting from Florida State University.

   

Jay Brinkmann, Ph.D.
Chief Economist & Senior Vice President of Research & Education
Mortgage Bankers Association
Session: Third General Session: Directions for the Economy

Jay Brinkmann is Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of Research and Education at the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), where his responsibilities include economic forecasting, mortgage industry analysis, measuring mortgage industry profitability, and overseeing industry technology standards and MBA's education programs. He has been with the Mortgage Bankers Association since 2001. Immediately prior to joining MBA, he worked in Fannie Mae's portfolio strategy group on risk-based capital issues. He is a native of New Orleans, began his career as a Capitol Hill press secretary and served as the deputy chief of staff to a governor of Louisiana. He has worked in commercial banking and was on the business school faculty at the University of Houston where he specialized in financial institution regulation and energy markets.

He has published articles on bank regulation and capital requirements in various academic journals and on the op-ed page of The Wall Street Journal, and is frequently quoted in print and electronic news outlets on real estate topics. Brinkmann holds a Ph.D. in finance from Purdue University and an MBA from Tulane University.

 



   

Michael Fratantoni, Ph.D.
Vice President, Research and Economics
Mortgage Bankers Association
Session: Third General Session: Directions for the Economy

Michael Fratantoni is Vice President of Single-Family Research and Policy Development for the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA). He is responsible for managing MBA's industry surveys, economic and mortgage originations forecasts, industry technology efforts, and policy development research for issues impacting single-family lending. Additionally, Fratantoni is the Executive Director of MBA's Research Institute for Housing America (RIHA) and President of the Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization (MISMO).  Prior to joining MBA, Fratantoni was an Economic Strategist within the Enterprise Risk Management Group of Washington Mutual. In this role, he was responsible for assessing macroeconomic, regional and housing market trends that impacted Washington Mutual's risk exposure and business prospects.

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