Guardian Represented at 2014 IMN Residential Mortgage Servicing Rights Conference
Mar 6, 2014Tweet
Note: As of January 1, 2016, Guardian was rebranded as Sortis Capital. Prior articles refer to the firm under its former name.
Guardian's Strategic Fund Principal Mark Jury will be attending the first IMN Residential Mortgage Servicing Rights Conference in New York on March 10 and 11. The Conference will be focused on the recent growth of the mortgage servicing industry that has continued to bloom during the market’s recovery, and brings together some of the industry's premier experts from third party servicing companies and non-bank financial institutions.
"With non-bank servicers now owning $1.4 trillion of servicing rights, this ever-growing number of mortgage servicing options is something that could be of advantage to many of our clients" said Mark Jury - Principal at the Strategic Fund. "This is a valuable opportunity for banks and investors to explore the options available to them, and for Guardian as a strategic bank advisory team to keep on the edge of new industry knowledge. I look forward to being a part of it."
About the Conference
IMN's Residential Mortgage Servicing Rights Conference brings together owners and administrators of mortgage servicing rights Banks, 3rd-Party Servicers and Non-Bank Financial Institutions with private equity funds, government regulators and mortgage service providers. The event provides the opportunity to discuss the trading of mortgage servicing rights with key professionals involved in MSR.
Guardian provides comprehensive investment banking solutions to a national real estate market. With a specialization in principal investment, M&A, restructuring, loan sales, lending and asset management, Guardian delivers results to asset managers, financial institutions and investors. Through an innovative process that combines capital market experience and local market knowledge, Guardian brings cutting-edge technology to the real estate market, offering a unique combination of expertise for assets and transactions of all types and sizes. The firm leverages the Guardian MarketMaker platform to efficiently connect buyers and sellers dealing in properties, single-asset and portfolio loans, and land assets. To date, Guardian's team has closed more than $10 billion in total capital market transactions. Guardian has offices in Atlanta, New York, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Princeton, Ft. Lauderdale, Irvine, and Washington D. C. as a result of its rapid nationwide expansion.