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2005 PANELLISTS
  • Glenn Aaronson, President, SIB/Corso Venezia
  • Asina Ajwani, Associate Director, FitchRatings
  • Marc Bajer, CEO, Via Capital
  • Peter Besuijen, Director, Quion Group
  • Craig Beresford, Head of Asset Sales, GMAC-RFC
  • Jean Louis Bravard, Managing Director, Global Financial Services Industry, EDS
  • Anne Bridges, Head of Securitisation, Hatfield Philips International
  • Helena Day, Vice President, Morgan Stanley Mortgage Servicing
  • Rudolph Donkers, Chairman of the Managing Board, STATER NV
  • Clarence Dixon, Managing Director, Continental Europe, Crown Mortgage Management
  • Markus Enders, Head of European Portfolio Management, Hypo Real Estate Bank International
  • Yaron Ernst, Senior Credit Officer, Moody's France S.A.
  • Harry Groeneveld, CEO, Quion Group BV
  • Guenther Gleumes, Director, Citigroup
  • Steve Haggerty, Managing Director, Homeloan Management Ltd.
  • Brian Kane, Director of Structured Finance Ratings Services, Standard & Poor's
  • Thomas Kretschmar, CEO, Hypoport AG
  • Ryszard Kruszel, Director XXL, STATER NV
  • Hans-Joachim Michel, General Manager, STATER Germany
  • Diane Pendley, Managing Director, FitchRatings
  • Edward Register, Director of Servicer Ratings, FitchRatings
  • Ron Roark, Chairman, Crown Mortgage Management
  • Paul Rowbotham, Director of Investor Relations, SPML
  • Ian Stewart, Head of Securitisation and Structured Analysis, HBOS
  • Angel Tello, Capital Markets Division, Caixa Catalunya
  • David Tweedy, Managing Director, Platform Home Loans
  • bank within the bank
    Servicing – the "bank within the bank" and the bridge between primary and secondary markets – has yet to come under high-level scrunity in Europe.

    EuropeServicing provides servicers, lenders and investors with an independent and neutral platform to discuss further definition and development of the European servicing sector and to differentiate professional servicers from other services offered throughout the value chain.

    The event focuses on residential and commerical mortgage servicing and the emerging Master, Primary, Sub- and Special servicing sectors now coming to the forefront.


    EUROPESERVICING 2005:
    THE BRIDGE BETWEEN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY MARKETS
    Maximising Growth, Minimising Operational Risk and Recovering Asset Value
    in European Mortgage Markets
    3 June 2005: Sheraton Amsterdam Airport Hotel

    FOR LENDERS, INTERMEDIARIES, INVESTORS, SERVICERS, TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS, LAW FIRMS, STRUCTURERS, ARRANGERS, ASSET MANAGERS, CREDIT AGENCIES


    We invite you to attend EuropeServicing 2005, an annual hosted discussion offering an insiderís view on the European commercial and residential servicing sector. In addition to servicers, asset managers and rating agencies, the event appeals to investors, lenders, intermediaries, structurers, arrangers, law firms, trustees, technology providers, credit and information service agencies and those providing transactional support to lending operations and the issuance of MBS, CMBS and covered bonds.

    Because an idea has no power without a context in which to embrace it, the point of our events is to place some aspect of the mortgage industry - if not the entire mortgage industry itself - in the best context to accelerate understanding of its development, challenges and, most of all, its opportunities. We believe that people attend conferences to drive their business, which is exactly what our events are designed to do through three key aspects: education, interaction and entertainment.

    Our programme content is unrivalled. We stick to the one subject we know the best - the mortgage value chain. We write the sessions based on our view of where markets are heading, what trends are impacting profitability and progress, and how various aspects of the value chain can be improved, and we'll tell you where niche opportunities remain in the markets. We give the audience a voice in the content as well, through electronic interactivity as the discussion occurs.


    For more information, contact EuroCatalyst on +31 (0) 35 678 1190 or e-mail us at info@europeservicing.com

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