The 9th Annual Education Finance & Loan Symposium
Growth Through Learning: The future of Investing & Servicing Student Loans in a Rapidly Evolving Industry

May 24 - 25, 2017

The Westin Alexandria (in Old Town, VA)

Washington D.C.

Join Speaking Faculty:

Please complete and submit the form below. We review all speaker applications and a conference representative will follow-up with you directly to discuss your submission and/or to extend an invitation to join our faculty.

1. CONTACT INFORMATION.
Please be sure to write out your name, title (job function), and company exactly as you would like for them to appear on conference materials (e.g. program agenda, website, etc.):

REGARDING THE CONFERENCE – May 24-25, 2017:

I have already registered for the conference as a paid delegate
I definitely plan to register for the conference as a paid delegate
My company/organization is interested in being a sponsor/exhibitor at this conference. Please contact me (or the person below) with more information about this opportunity.


Please select the conference topic(s) below on which you would like to participate. To encourage maximum flow of ideas, multiple perspectives and audience participation, most conference sessions are presented in a ‘roundtable’ format which consist of a leader/moderator and may include up to four (4) additional panelists.

We also welcome your suggestions on other topics/ideas for the agenda:
Please note that the preliminary agenda topics listed below are subject to change.

I would like to speak on the following topic(s):

(SL01) Opening Panel: State of the Education Finance and Lending Industry in 2017
(SL02) Point/Counterpoint: A Pro/Con Debate on the role the Federal Government should play in the origination, servicing and collection of Student Loans
(SL03) Current Origination Opportunities
(SL04) Servicing Dynamics: Keeping Up With The Times
(SL05) Collection Trends: Dealing with Distress
(SL06) College and University Roundtable: A View From The Schools
(SL07) Trends in Alternative Education: MOOCs, Boot Camps and Competency-Based Learning
(SL08) Income-Share Agreements; Future of Higher Education Funding?
(SL09) Valuation and Securitization Trends: Mature Platforms versus Emerging Platforms
(SL10) Cloud Based Lending 2.0: How Non-Depository Lenders and Traditional Lenders are Partnering to Gain Market Share
(SL11) Investor Views
(SL12) Legal and Regulatory Roundtable; Current Trends and the Winds of Change


SUGGEST A TOPIC: Please provide details of a topic (or topics) which you feel would add value to the agenda and on which you would like to speak:

SPEAKER REQUIREMENTS/DUTIES/QUALIFICATIONS.
Individuals chosen to be represented on the faculty for this event are requested to meet the following criteria:

For Moderator:

  • Must be willing to host at least one conference call (about one month before the event) with the members of her/his panel in order to map out the ‘game plan’ for the panel session. (A detailed checklist [including contact information for each fellow panel member] will be sent to each participant prior to the conference call; to facilitate planning for the session)
  • Must have public speaking experience (preferably at another similar conference); and of course, must have expertise and experience in area to be covered by session.
  • Must be willing to provide a substitute moderator or panelist(preferably from same company or organization) if for any reason she/he cannot keep the commitment to serve as panel leader/moderator.
  • Must be willing to prepare Power Point slide(s) to augment the presentation(s) to be made during the session and/or to coordinate the collection of Power Point slide(s) from panel members.
  • Must be willing to provide for her/his own travel/lodging expenses to participate in the conference.
  • Must be willing to send emails or make calls to colleagues and others to publicize her/his participation in the conference – and to offer discounted registration rates (Speaker ‘Friends & Family’ discount codes will be provided).

For Panelists:

  • Must be willing to participate in at least one conference call (to be hosted by the session moderator, about one month before the event) with the members of her/his panel in order to participate in planning for the panel session/roundtable. (A detailed checklist – including contact information for each fellow panel member -- will be sent to each participant prior to the conference call; to facilitate planning for the session).
  • Must have public speaking experience (preferably at another similar conference); and of course, must have expertise and experience in area to be covered by session.
  • Must be willing to provide a substitute panelist (preferably from same company or organization) if for any reason she/he cannot keep the commitment to participate.
  • Must be willing to prepare Power Point slide(s) to augment her/his presentation(s) to be made during the session.
  • Must be willing to provide for her/his own travel/lodging expenses to participate in the conference.
  • Must be willing to send emails or make calls to colleagues and others to publicize her/his participation in the conference – and to offer discounted registration rates (Speaker ‘Friends & Family’ discount codes will be provided).
Event Details
What: Education Finance & Loan Symposium
Why: Growth Through Learning: The future of Investing & Servicing Student Loans in a Rapidly Evolving Industry
When:
Where: The Westin Alexandria (in Old Town, VA), Washington D.C.
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