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ABI Webinar to Examine Current Subprime Mortgage Crisis and Future Trends for the Mortgage Lending Industry

Issue:

Congress, regulators and the media continue to look into the downturn of the subprime mortgage market as millions of homeowners face possible foreclosure and more lenders confront the possibility of bankruptcy. ABI, as the leading nonpartisan organization devoted to insolvency research and education, held a press-only Webinar to offer leading experts on the topic of subprime mortgages.

Who:

Academic and Bankruptcy Experts:

  • Prof. Anthony M. Yezer of the George Washington University Department of Economics (Washington, D.C.) has published articles and testified before Congress on the issue of subprime mortgages.

  • Ronald F. Greenspan is the Senior Managing Director, West Region for FTI Consulting and has expertise in dealing with distressed real estate and banking companies.

  • Jeffrey W. Dulberg of Pachulski Stang Ziehl Young Jones & Weintraub LLP (Los Angeles) has substantial experience representing debtors, creditors and committees in chapter 11 cases.
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    Background:  Subprime Mortgage Crisis

    The attention of lawmakers, regulators, media and investors to the subprime mortgage industry crisis has intensified as millions of homeowners face the possibility of foreclosure, more lenders confront the possibility of bankruptcy and global credit markets continue to tighten. How did the subprime mortgage industry reach its current crisis? What will happen to consumers, lenders and investors of subprime mortgage companies that have filed for bankruptcy? What are some potential remedies to the current subprime mortgage industry downturn?

    Find out more from leading experts as they discuss the current subprime mortgage crisis and provide their perspectives on future trends and developments in the industry.

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    For questions about the ABI Subprime Webinar, please contact John Hartgen at jhartgen@abiworld.org or (703) 739-0800 x115.