Today's episode of Mortgage Leadership Outlook will feature Ted Tozer, senior fellow for the Milken Institute Center for Financial Markets. Tozer will join series' host Andrew Berman, head of engagement and outreach for National Mortgage Professional Magazine, to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on financial markets, the mortgage industry and more.
As the COVID-19 continues to pose challenges for the mortgage industry, the Mortgage Leadership Outlook seeks to help you, the mortgage professional, navigate through these times of uncertainty. That's why we want you to be a part of the conversation between Tozer and Berman too! Tune in to the NMP Facebook page and post your questions in the comments section.
"Tozer previously served as the president of Ginnie Mae for seven years, bringing with him to the institution more than 30 years of experience in the mortgage, banking, and securities industries," according to the Milken Institute.
"As president of Ginnie Mae, Tozer actively managed Ginnie Mae's nearly $1.7 trillion portfolio of mortgage-backed securities (MBS) and more than $460 billion in annual issuance. Before joining Ginnie Mae, Tozer served as senior vice president of capital markets at the National City Mortgage Company (NCM) for more than 25 years, overseeing pipeline hedging, pricing, loan sales, loan delivery, and credit guideline exceptions. He was instrumental in transforming NCM from an "originate and hold" lender to an 'originate and sell' lender."
Join Tozer and Berman, as they answer all of your questions live, and discuss important topics in the industry at 4PM today via NMP's Facebook page.
See all the interviews from the Mortgage Leadership Outlook series on its YouTube channel.