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*Standard registrations will increase $100 more AFTER Friday, April 26th.
Also, onsite conference registration is NOT recommended as there will be an additional $150
charge
– no exceptions. We encourage those to register by Friday, April 26th as to not incur additional fees.

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CONFERENCE OVERVIEW:

iiBIG presents the 2013 Education Loan & Financing Executive Summit, scheduled for May 7 - 8, 2013 at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C.

With the majority of education financing now being provided by the federal government, not only has the environment of providing capital for education to student borrowers dramatically changed, but so has the availability of capital for schools. The agenda will cover topics such as:

  • State of the 2013 Education Finance & Loan Market
  • Student Loan Origination Servicing Issues and Concerns and the Effect of the CFPB
  • Legal and Regulatory Update
  • The New Battle Between the Department of Ed and Private Lenders
  • The Future of Student Loan Securitization
  • Update on Litigation in the Auction Rate Securities area
  • Lessons on Reducing Risk through Better Underwriting and Portfolio Management

PLUS, DON'T MISS...

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION:
How Private Capital Can Help Solve the Student Debt Dilemma

Rohit Chopra, Assistant Director & Student Loan Ombudsman,
CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU (CFPB)

iiBIG is pleased to bring back this event to Washington, D.C. Education finance professionals – in both the private and the public sector – along with other key valued industry participants in the education finance and student loan markets will gather to discuss the latest issues and to lay the groundwork for the road ahead in 2013 and beyond.

  • If you are a student loan provider, investor, lender, servicer, borrower, academia, not-for-profit issuer or other student loan industry professional, this educational finance event will cover the areas of student loan funding, refinancing, origination and credit that directly affect your business.
  • Hear predictions and insights from the public and private educational loan markets on what to expect from policy-makers as they respond to on-going educational loan challenges.
  • Take advantage of the conference location in Washington D.C. to call on new Congressional representatives and staff to make sure your views and concerns remain at the top of the agenda.

Executive Speaking Faculty Includes (as of 04/29/13):

Scott Barton, Founder and CEO,
2nd Order Solutions

Rohit Chopra, Assistant Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Jason Delisle, Director,
Federal Education Budget Project,
New America Foundation

Judd P. Deppisch, CFA, Director,
BMO Capital Markets

Tonio DeSorrento, General Counsel, Pave, Inc.

Richard L. Fried, Partner,
Stroock &Stroock & Lavan LLP

T.J. Gordon, Partner,
Sidley Austin LLP

Trey Greene, Vice President, Portfolio Management, First Marblehead

Henry Howard, President & CEO,
U.S. Education Finance Group

Charles Kelley, Executive Director, Rhode Island Student Loan Authority (RISLA)

Lenore Kistinger, Director,
SoFi Securities LLC

Rob Lavet, General Counsel,
Social Finance, Inc.

Thomas Greer McCurley,
Executive Director, Nelnet, Inc. & President and CIO, Whitetail Rock Capital Management

Sam Miller, President and Chief Operating Officer, Loan Science, LLC

Eric Reusch, Program Manager,
Student and Auto Finance Office of Installment and Liquidity Lending Markets, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)

Gary F. Santo, Jr., Managing Director, Capital Markets, The First Marblehead Corporation

Alex Saporito, Managing Director,
Morgan Stanley

Bart Steenbergen, Managing Director, BMO Capital Markets

Harrison Wadsworth, Principal, Washington Partners, LLC



Who Will Attend:

  • Student Loan Lenders and Providers
  • State Student Loan Not-for-Profits
  • Investment Bankers and Capital Market Specialists
  • Institutional Investors
  • Asset Backed Securities Professionals
  • Financial Aid Officers
  • Government Regulators
  • Student Aid Representatives
  • Student Aid Adminstrators
  • Student Loan Servicers
  • Student Loan Investors
  • Student Loan Guarantors
  • Asset Managers
  • Portfolio Managers
  • Credit Union Officers
  • Credit Managers
  • Rating Agencies
  • Credit Analysts
  • Corporate Finance Professionals
  • Trustees
  • Attorneys
  • Student Loan Consultants
  • Hedge Fund Investors
  • Corporate Issuers

SPEAKING & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES:
If you have extensive knowledge of education finance/student loans and would like to apply for a position on our speaking faculty or if your firm would benefit by having a platform to demonstrate your expertise, products, or services, please contact:

Rita Karsadi, Managing Director, Finance Division, iiBIG
Phone: 704-999-9806 • Email: ritak@iibig.com


MARKETING/MEDIA PARTNERSHIPS:
If you represent a publication, newsletter, website or blog that is designed for an audience of clinical research professionals – and you want to gain more visibility and followers – contact our VP of Marketing for more information:

Ria Lubis, VP Marketing, iiBIG
Phone: 212-300-2523 • Email: rial@iibig.com


REGISTRATION AND PRICING:
Standard registrations will increase $100 more AFTER Friday, April 26th. Also, onsite conference registration is NOT recommended as there will be an additional $150 charge – no exceptions. We encourage those to register by Friday, April 26th as to not incur additional fees.

Rates:

Standard Rate:
This rate applies to for-profit lenders; investment banks, consultants, and other such agencies; law firms; ratings agencies; and other service providers to the education finance industry

$1,795 per person

Institutional Investor Rate*:
This rate applies to institutional investors, pension funds, endowments, family offices, etc.

*Rate applicability is subject to verification/ approval

$795 per person

Not-for-Profit/Government/Academic Rate*:
This rate applies to non-profit organizations, federal, state, and local government agencies overseeing student loan finance and regulations and schools and other education institutions

*Rate applicability is subject to verification/ approval

$595 per person

TEAM DISCOUNTS:
Discounted registration rates are available for groups of three (3) or more. For more information, contact:

Rita Karsadi, Managing Director, Finance Division, iiBIG
Tel: 704-999-9806 • Email: ritak@iibig.com


Standard registrations will increase $100 more AFTER Friday, April 26th. Also, onsite conference registration is NOT recommended as there will be an additional $150 charge – no exceptions. We encourage those to register by Friday, April 26th as to not incur additional fees.