Housing Finance Summer Academy
21 - 26 July 2013 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Promoting Housing Finance Solutions
Housing finance in developing and emerging countries faces various challenges. Issues related to affordability, lack of housing supply, responsible underwriting and monitoring practices, management of foreign-exchange risk and long-term funding sources for mortgage loans require specialized and innovative knowledge in the area. Moreover, aspects of energy efficiency in construction, “green” building technologies or appliance of new building materials are attracting more attention.
In its sixth year, the Housing Finance Summer Academy aims to help participants develop necessary skills to implement or enhance housing finance operations in their financial institution. Practitioners will obtain deeper insights from various strategies aiming to address the needs of their target market with housing finance solutions.
The programme combines academic knowledge with valuable practical orientation of housing finance operations.
The main characteristics of the programme are:
- Carefully selected and prepared sessions that address the most important issues in the value chain of mortgage lending operations at a financial institution
- Sessions that are a mixture of lectures, discussions rounds, and practical case studied
- Presentations and discussions with experts and representatives from the industry that bring latest developments in housing finance sector closer to the participants
- Knowledgeable faculty with many years of practical experience in housing and construction finance industries