IMPROVING AND EXPANDING HOUSING FINANCE SYSTEMS: FROM MORTGAGE TO MICRO-CREDIT FOR HOUSING

 

June 5-15, 2017

Philadelphia, PA, USA

 

The need for objective and analytical education in housing finance has never been greater. Many countries are transforming their housing finance systems but the global credit crisis has created uncertainty. Both policy makers and private practitioners need cutting-edge information on the sector. This program addresses that need by providing an intensive period of education in policy innovations, and institutional, financial, and managerial aspects of housing finance. It has two objectives:

     

  • To enhance the professional ability of the participants.
  • To improve the short- and long-term effectiveness of their sponsoring organizations and the housing finance system in their countries.

 

Participants come from private housing finance institutions, government finance agencies, academia and international development agencies from both emerging and advanced economies.

 

 

WORKSHOP ON SECURITIZATION & MORTGAGE BONDS

 

June 16-17, 2017

Philadelphia, PA, USA

 

The workshop will be taught by senior practitioners from the international capital markets division of BoA Merrill Lynch, legal experts from the securitization/mortgage bond division of Andrews and Kurth Law Firm and Moody’s rating agency. It will not only include mortgage securitization, but the institutional arrangements for mortgage bonds and hybrid deals.

 

The 2017 program will be held at the Wharton School, 1462 Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, 3620 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19104.

 

 

For further queries, please contact (215) 898 - 2841 or housingfinance@wharton.upenn.edu