About MCT Exchange LIVE! Stream
In efforts to increase access to our presenters knowledge and create a more inclusive mortgage industry, we streamed and recorded the first half of each day during MCT Exchange 2022.
View the schedule below and the presenters you can watch from MCT Exchange 2022. Scroll down to also watch livestream recordings from previous MCT Exchange in 2019 and 2018.
Schedule for Thursday 3/3/22:
20 Years of MCT: An Introduction from Curtis Richins
Time: 8:00am – 8:30am PT
Featuring: Curtis Richins, President, MCT
Our Vision for the Future of Secondary Marketing
Time: 8:30am – 9:30am PT
Featuring: Phil Rasori, Chief Operating Officer, Paul Yarbrough, Director of Client Success Group, Andrew Rhodes, Director of Trading, Justin Grant, Director of Investor Services, MCT
MSR Asset Overview: 2022 Insights
Time: 9:45am – 10:45am PT
Featuring: Bill Shirreffs Head of MSR Services & Sales Operations, Azad Rafat, Senior Director of MSR Services, David Burruss, MSR Sales Director, MCT
Recommendations & Priorities for Today’s Market
Time: 10:45am – 11:45am PT
Featuring: Phil Rasori, Chief Operating Officer, MCT, Rob Chrisman, AVP, Chrisman LLC, Steve Pawlowski, Business Solutions, Fannie Mae, Amy S. Creason, CMB Director, Secondary Execution Strategies, Freddie Mac
Schedule for Friday 3/4/22:
Time: 10:00am – 11:00am PT
Featuring: Chris George, President, CMG Financial
Originations in the Post-Pandemic Era: MCT Clients Panel
Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm PT
Featuring: Chris Anderson, Chief Administrative Officer, Ben Coll, Director of Trade Desk Operations, MCT
View Live Stream from MCT Exchange 2018 – Late Lunch with Rob Chrisman
Late Lunch with Rob Chrisman was streamed live on December 7th from the MCT Exchange in San Diego, CA. View the recording below to learn from Rob Chrisman and his highly experienced panelists as they discuss margin compression, loan officer (LO) management and their outlook for 2019.
How are you responding to the industry wide margin compression?
Recruiting, supporting, and motivating loan officers is a top priority for mortgage companies. Operational improvements and cost reduction are also top priorities for surviving in the current market.
What is your approach to loan officer management in the current market?
Recruiting experienced LO’s, training them to be successful, and supporting them with helpful tools are vital in the current market. Some companies have also found success sharing LO production levels to create a more competitive environment.
How will you beat margin compression in 2019?
Competition is causing a lot of LO’s to exit the industry, leaving room for others. There are also opportunities for recruiting strong talent from competition for those who are looking to grow. Other potential strategies include leveraging a higher loan limit and capitalizing on Fannie Mae’s stricter eligibility requirements.