MBA Accounting & Financial Management Conference in Orlando Nov. 12-14

The Mortgage Bankers Association’s MBA Accounting & Financial Management Conference takes place in Orlando Nov. 12-14.

Grow Your Business. Manage Your Bottom Line. Prepare for Change.
The MBA Accounting and Financial Management Conference 2018 prepares you for the changes that affect your business’ bottom-line.

This conference provides critical information and insights essential to finance and accounting professionals in both the single-family and commercial/multifamily mortgage markets. Join us to get targeted, real-world solutions to today’s accounting, regulatory and finance challenges; learn the latest accounting principles for financial management; and earn CPE credits by the end of the year.

Residential Topics
FASB Update
CFO Perspectives
Technology Investment Considerations for CFOs and CIOs
Revenue Recognition
Best Practices for Interest Rate Lock Commitment
MSR Valuation and Market Outlook
Benchmarking and Improving Financial and Operational Performance
Compensation Issues
How Fintech May Transform the Mortgage Business
Economics of Consumer Direct
Mergers & Acquisitions
IMB Cash Management and Liquidity
Secondary Market
Current Expected Credit Loss Model

Commercial/Multifamily Topics
Commercial/Multifamily Real Estate Finance Forecast
FASB update
Tax Reform in the World of CREF
Managing Liquidity
Technology and Market Changes
Issues in Compensation
M&A and Valuation
LIBOR – Challenges and Issues
Career Success for You and Others
Hear from Peers (roundtable discussion)

Who Should Attend
Real estate finance professionals working in both Residential and Commercial/Multifamily industries
Chief Executive Officers
Chief Financial Officers
Chief Operating Officers
Financial Analysts
Internal and Independent Auditors
Accounting Policy Managers
Tax Managers
Accounting/Tax Experts
Technology professionals
Anyone looking to earn CPE credits

CPE Information
The Mortgage Bankers Association is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website:

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