Cancellation Notice

In light of the health risks represented by the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the recent state of emergency declared in a growing number of states and the travel bans being imposed by many companies in our industry, we have made the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 Risk & Compliance Summit in Chicago, IL from April 5-7, 2020. We understand that the Risk & Compliance Summit offers a vital forum to hear from and interact with industry thought leaders and luminaries. Therefore, we will be investigating alternative ways to deliver some of this valuable content to you throughout 2020. Please look for more information to follow in the near future.ComplianceEase will refund all registration and sponsorship payments within 60 days. We thank you for your patience as we work through this administrative effort. Should you have any questions please contact event@complianceease.com.

  • If you booked a hotel room with the JW Marriott, please call them directly to cancel at 312.660.8200.
  • We understand that most major airlines are currently offering no penalty cancellations for booked flights.
  • If you also registered for the CSBS hosted LEF Mini Summit on April 8th, please expect a separate email from CSBS.

Thank you for your understanding. We look forward to seeing you at our 2021 Risk & Compliance Summit.

With best regards,  Dan Smith, Summit Chair

Ed Pinto

Ed Pinto

Company American Enterprise Institute
PositionDirector

Edward Pinto is the Director of the Center for Housing at American Enterprise Institute (AEI).  He has done ground breaking research on the role of federal housing policy in the 2008 mortgage and financial crisis.  Co-creator of the Wealth Building Home Mortgage, a new approach to home finance designed to serve the twin goals of providing a more reliable and effective means of building wealth, while maintaining buying power similar to a 30-year loan. He is currently researching government policy impediments constraining the supply of market-rate rental and owner-occupied housing and policy options for replacing our government-centric housing finance system with a market-based housing finance market.

In the 1980s Pinto was executive vice president and chief credit officer at Fannie Mae.  Pinto has a JD from Indiana University and a BA from the University of Illinois.

SESSIONS

American Enterprise Institute

Fireside Chat

QM Patch: Market Ramifications

6 April, 2020  11:15 am  Grand Ballroom B&C