Hudson Cook, LLP
Thursday, June 25, 2020
2:00pm EST I 11:00am PST
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Mortgage Lending in a Post-Pandemic World
COVID-19 has triggered fundamental changes to residential mortgage lending and the mortgage and housing markets as a whole. Our panelists will discuss which of these changes may endure as the pandemic recedes. Topics include:
- Remote closings and digital mortgages generally
- Remote work arrangements
- Importance of business continuity plans
- GSE/government action on forbearances
- Impact of COVID-19 on GSE reform
- Nowcast on the housing market/re-opening of metro economies
- Forecast on areas most susceptible to economic stress
- Forbearance update and other potential workouts
about the speakers
Jed Mayk is a partner in the West Chester, Pennsylvania office of Hudson Cook, LLP and Chair of the firm’s Mortgage Lending and Servicing Practice Group.
He concentrates his practice on state and federal regulatory compliance for the mortgage, home equity, and other consumer lending programs of depository institutions and licensed lenders. Jed counsels clients on TILA, RESPA and the other core mortgage banking laws and regulations, as well as on federal real estate lending and appraisal rules for depository institutions, OCC preemption, exportation and most favored lender issues. Jed is the co-Editor in Chief of HouseLaw and a co-author of the RESPA/TIL Integrated Disclosures chapter of The Law of Truth in Lending.
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Ed Pinto Director of the AEI Housing Center
He has done ground breaking research on the role of federal housing policy in the 2008 mortgage and financial crisis. Co-creator of the Wealth Building Home Mortgage, a new approach to home finance designed to serve the twin goals of providing a more reliable and effective means of building wealth, while maintaining buying power similar to a 30-year loan. He is currently researching government policy impediments constraining the supply of market-rate rental and owner-occupied housing and policy options for replacing our government-centric housing finance system with a market-based housing finance market.
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Chrissi Johnson Vice President of Federal Policy and External Affairs
She is responsible for coordinating the Quicken Loans and the Family of Companies’ position on mission-critical housing finance and fintech federal policy issues. In this capacity, Chrissi leads all third-party stakeholder outreach efforts, including trade associations, consumer advocacy and civil rights groups, think tanks, market peers, and Washington, D.C. financial beat reporters.
Before joining Quicken Loans, Chrissi served as Chief of Staff of the Division of External Affairs at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Prior to the CFPB Chrissi was Director of Scheduling for Elizabeth Warren’s Senate campaign in Massachusetts, and also worked with Senator Al Franken, the Democratic National Committee, and President Barack Obama’s 2008 Presidential campaign in Missouri.
Chrissi earned bachelor’s degrees in Public Relations and Spanish from University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, and also completed graduate studies in Counseling and Student Development at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa.