No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle Welcomes Bill Berliner
Posted by Larry Doyle on May 8, 2010 1:42 PM |
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The issues within housing and mortgages are at the base of our economic crisis encompassing both Wall Street and Washington. From structured transactions on Wall Street to financial regulatory reforms in Washington, the issues ultimately come back to housing and mortgages. I will discuss all these issues on Sunday evening from 8-9pm ET as No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle Welcomes Bill Berliner. Bill Berliner is uniquely qualified to address these topics. Bill has extensive experience within the financial industry and currently shares this experience from his firm, Berliner Consulting and Research, LLC:
Berliner Consulting & Research is devoted to providing information, data, and advice on mortgage lending and mortgage-backed securities acquisition and management. Formed in 2008 by William Berliner, the firm is dedicated to providing outstanding information, advice, and commentary to its clients.
The firm provides advice and analysis to clients on a wide variety of mortgage products and mortgage-backed securities. Located in Southern California, Berliner Consulting & Research provides assistance in developing loan origination, securities valuation, and risk-management systems. We also help lenders and investors deal with the increased reporting required for directors and regulators by providing expert writing and report-creation services.
In regard to Bill’s background:
A respected analyst and author with a wide variety of experience, Mr. Berliner began his career in the Government Operations department at Bear, Stearns & Company in 1985. He was promoted to the trading floor in 1986, and eventually ran the position tracking (“Pops”) desk for the MBS trading desk. He worked in CMO trading from 1988-1993, when he left to join Nikko Securities. After stints at Nikko, Prebon Yamane, and the New York State Banking Department, he joined Countrywide’s Capital Markets unit as a CMO trader in 1996. He moved to the Fixed Income Research Department in 1998, and eventually ran the firm’s highly-regarded Trade Strategies Group until September of 2008.
Please join me this Sunday evening for what will be an engaging and informative discussion. Listen LIVE at the BlogTalkRadio website. Dial in with questions at 347-677-0792 or join our always energized chatroom. As a reminder, all NQR shows are taped, archived, and available as podcasts on iTunes.