What every lender must know
to survive in turbulent times
A no-cost seminar on reducing
loan losses in the wake of
the subprime fall-out.
Underwritten by Standard Trust Deed and
Scheer Law Group, LLP.
Designed for banks, credit unions, lenders, loan servicers and private investors doing business in
California, this special half-day seminar provides practical approaches drawn from real-life scenarios
for managing and resolving non-performing loans. Subjects include:
Foreclosure, repossession and borrower liability: the rules are changing, but is leverage really
How far will California home prices fall before the market reaches equilibrium?
The subprime crisis: how far will it spread?
Loss mitigation: do you have a strategy to protect your rights and reduce losses?
Speakers have been selected for their experience in dealing with a variety of loss mitigation issues,
from negotiating with borrowers to meeting the state’s strict requirements for notice and disclosure
to moving failed loans off of the balance sheet.
Date and Time: Friday, November 16, 2007, 8:00 am to 12:30 pm. Light refreshments will be served
The Hilton Garden Inn, 1800 Powell Street, Emeryville, CA
No charge. This seminar is underwritten by Standard Trust Deed and Scheer Law
Limited seating available. Call Lou Ann Maihofer at 925.603.1031
or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
8:00–9:00: Q&A on California Foreclosure Requirements
Hosted by June Cristy, Vice President of Operations for Standard Trust Deed
Participate in a question-and-answer session on California foreclosure processing with one of the industry’s most
experienced foreclosure processing experts.
9:00–10:00: California Home Prices: When Will We See Bottom?
Nima Nattagh, PhD., Principal, Geo-Stat Advisory
While California home pric