MCT Webinar: Quarter-End Mark-to-Market Strategies for Market Volatility
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In this webinar, MCT’s COO Phil Rasori will discuss strategies for reviewing quarter-end Mark-to-Market reporting.
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Recent market volatility has presented challenges to execution that all lenders are experiencing, particularly with the divergence of aggregator and agency pricing. These challenges will be memorialized in upcoming quarter-end pipeline Mark-to-Market reports. Join us as we discuss market strategies using the information in quarter-end Mark-to-Market reporting.
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About the Webinar:
Join MCT’s Phil Rasori as he discusses strategies to review quarter-end Mark-to-Market reporting. Topics include:
- Review of quarter-end Mark-to-Market reporting
- Strategies related to valuation, pull-through, and indicative pricing
- Market analysis and strategies for improving pipeline outlook
This webinar took place on March 31st at 11AM PT.
“As we close the first month of this crisis and associated volatility, the accuracy of your profitability outlook as represented in your MTM is more important than ever. We’ll review upgraded valuation calculations, proactive pull-through management, and better indicative pricing that are crucial to this effort.”
Phil Rasori, Chief Operating Officer, Mortgage Capital Trading
About the Webinar Presenters:
Phil Rasori, Chief Operating Officer, MCT
Mr. Rasori is a recognized thought-leader in capital markets operations within the mortgage banking community. His areas of expertise include complex financial modeling, computational dynamics, and linear programming for operational optimization. He developed the ground-breaking mortgage pipeline hedging algorithms that form the foundation of MCT’s HALO Program today. He has also pioneered several metrics that have become standard industry parlance, including “beta pull-through” factors. In addition to banking clients, Mr. Rasori has consulted with GSE agencies and the US Government on hedging best practices for community banks. Mr. Rasori has functionally led MCT operations since 2005 and ascended to his current role as COO in 2007.
Mr. Rasori is a graduate of University of California, San Diego, and holds a B.S. in Management Science.