Join presenters Curtis Richins and Phil Rasori on October 14 at 10AM PT for a webinar introducing Agile to the marketplace, the company’s mission, and a demonstration of its To-Be-Announced (TBA) request for quote (RFQ) platform and MBS pool bidding functionalities.
In this webinar, attendees will be introduced to Agile, a new fintech bringing mortgage lenders and broker dealers on to a single electronic platform. This comes on the heels of Agile’s formal announcement last month on the launch of its flagship RFQ platform. Welcome to a world where all MBS market participants can now participate on an electronic platform that expedites the exchange of TBA MBS.
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Mr. Richins is a respected banking executive experienced in international finance, marketing, risk management, and business operations. He has worked extensively in Western and Eastern Europe in addition to his US-based mortgage banking experience. Mr. Richins is knowledgeable in all aspects of mortgage pipeline hedging and best-execution loan sales. He is an active member and consultant to the mortgage banking community at national, state, and local levels. Mr. Richins is a graduate of Occidental College and holds a B.A. in Economics.
Mr. Rasori is a recognized thought-leader in capital markets operations within the mortgage banking community. His areas of expertise include complex financial modeling, computational dynamics, and linear programming for operational optimization. He has also pioneered several metrics that have become standard industry parlance, including “beta pull-through” factors. In addition to banking clients, Mr. Rasori has consulted with GSE agencies and the US Government on hedging best practices for community banks. Mr. Rasori is a graduate of University of California, San Diego, and holds a B.S. in Management Science.