Today: LIBOR and the Impact on Legacy ARMs

With the impending LIBOR transition, one of the remaining sticky issues for lenders is how to calculate and implement the replacement or fallback rate for adjustable-rate mortgages. Learn from MBA and industry experts on how companies should be navigating the potential operational hurdles, reporting and disclosure requirements, and what investor expectations will be for these loans.

Speakers will answer your pressing questions and evaluate the need for additional training and communication as we move forward.

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Tuesday, April 25 (noon – 1:00 p.m. ET)


Insights into how to assess what to use for the fallback or replacement rate

What GSE and investor requirements and expectations are going to be

Risks of not properly following recommended guidance

Requirements surrounding disclosures and investor communication

Operational challenges and how to overcome them

Who Should Attend?

Capital Markets Analysts and Staff

In-house Compliance Managers

Heads of Business Development

Investor Reporting Professionals

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Kris Kully, Partner, Mayer Brown

Mark Hanlon, Specialist – Fixed Income and Mortgages, Refinitiv

Jacob Rank-Broadley, Head of LIBOR Transition, B&I, Refinitiv

Sasha Hewlett, AMP, Associate Vice President, Secondary & Capital Markets, MBA