M&A in Practice: Acquiring a Mortgage Company, Operation or Branches.
This Boot Camp focuses on small and mid-size company strategies. Topics to be covered include: Structuring transactions to maximize business objectives; Identifying good targets in today’s market, Due diligence on companies, operations, people, and cultures; Protecting yourself from claims by prior employers and creditors; and When, to whom, and how to disclose a proposed deal.
This bootcamp will “get down in the weeds” and is designed to be a practical complement to the discussions at the Convention.
Who should attend? Principals, senior management, senior production officers, and in-house counsel.
Limited Seating: Only the first 40 people admitted.
Price: Early Bird rate is EXTENDED to April 6th! - $49, Regular Price (After April 6th) - $99
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Managing Member—Garris Horn, PLLC
Troy is a business owner’s lawyer, priding himself on a results-oriented, pragmatic approach to addressing legal issues in the financial services world. In his words, “I find out what the business wants, what it needs. If I start there, I can often find a way to get them to the result wanted, or very close to it, in a legal and compliant way.”
Troy deals with federal and state compliance, enforcement defense, company formation, and mergers and acquisitions (M&A). In these areas, Troy represents independent mortgage bankers (IMBs), community banks and other depositories, homebuilders, and related entities (e.g., lenders, servicers, title companies, secondary market investors, and equity funds).
Attorney - Polunsky Beitel Green
Marty Green leads the Dallas office of Polunsky Beitel Green, one of the country's top residential mortgage law firms.
Mr. Green is an accomplished attorney with more than 20 years of experience in the legal, banking and financial services industries. He is the former Executive Vice President and General Counsel for Dallas’ CTX Mortgage Co. and previously worked with the Baker Botts law firm in Dallas as Special Counsel. In his role as leader of the firm’s Dallas office, Mr. Green advises clients on the latest rules and regulations covering residential lending, in addition to building on Polunsky Beitel Green’s long tradition of delivering loan closing documents with speed and accuracy.
Mr. Green is admitted to practice before all Texas state and federal district courts in addition to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. An honors graduate of the University of Texas School of Law, he earned his undergraduate degree at Southern Utah University. Texas Monthly has selected him as a Super Lawyer for 2013 and 2014.
Managing Partner - Mortgage Banking Solutions
Mr. Klein is one of the nations leading experts on merger and acquisitions transactions in mortgage finance. He has helped orchestrate many of the largest mortgage related merger transactions in the US.
Mr. Klein is renowned for his extensive 25+ years career as Managing Director and owner of several mortgage industry M&A and consulting firms representing sellers and buyers in transactions involving banks and mortgage companies. Clients are confident he will find them partners that are philosophically compatible – as well as find niches, provide service, and implement business plans giving them long-lasting competitive advantages.
He also manages the operational assessment activity for the firm where mortgage warehouse lenders hire MBS to review the operational risks of a mortgage bank warehouse line applicant. This division also performs in depth due diligence reviews, assessments and valuations of mortgage companies on behalf of companies acquiring them through mergers or acquisitions.
Chuck Klein is a past Director of the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association and has served as a member of Fannie Mae’s Secondary Marketing Liaison Committee. He is an avid supporter of the University of Texas, Austin where he received a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration in 1972. He and his wife Patty live in Waco, Texas where he is a member of the Baylor Scott and White Cancer Center Auxiliary Hospital and a member of College Avenue Baptist Church.
Founder, Mortgage Advisory Services Practice Leader, Mergers & Acquisitions - Richey May
Ken recently transitioned from the role of Managing Partner, where his primary responsibilities included leading firm growth and supporting the firm’s partners in their leadership, management, and technical problem solving efforts.
Under his leadership, the firm has consistently grown every year and has been recognized numerous times by Inside Public Accounting as one of the Best of the Best accounting firms in the country. Ken has instilled a passion for excellence and client service within his leadership and management teams. He works closely with his team to create value-added tax and business advisory solutions for closely held businesses and their owners.
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