2017 Mortgage Banking Roundtable
At Richey May, we have a long history of working with mortgage banking professionals. We understand that they face some very unique challenges and regulatory requirements. And while we’re able to help our mortgage banking clients with their tax and accounting issues, and often provide valuable consulting and advisory services, we understand that some issues are best addressed by talking with peers within the industry who are dealing with the same challenges and opportunities.
Intended specifically for presidents and CEOs of independent lenders, the curriculum of each Roundtable event is developed to address the most common challenges, best practices and current trends affecting the mortgage banking industry. The 2017 agenda will be finalized in the coming months.
Roundtable: Tuesday, June 13
The Roundtable will be hosted at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, a very short walk directly across Arapahoe street from the designated hotel.
In an effort to give our guests a uniquely Denver experience, our room block is at Denver’s original boutique hotel and historic Tramway Building, Hotel Teatro. Though elegant and rehabilitated, Hotel Teatro maintains most of its original features, including the Tennessee pink marble floors, grey Arizona marble wainscoting, bronze and onyx chandeliers, coffered plastered ceilings, eight-story brass mail chute, and large payroll safe which doubles as a wine cellar. Much of Denver’s history revolves around the Tramway building, which has been designated both a Denver and National Register Landmark.
Golf Outing & Reception - Monday, June 12
We are kicking off the Roundtable event with a casual golf outing at Buffalo Run Golf Course on Monday, June 12th. More information to come.
That evening, we will host a cocktail reception and dinner inside the Hotel Teatro at the Nickel Restaurant. The Nickel is known for a menu that draws inspiration from its Rocky Mountain heritage, incorporating locally sourced ingredients into rustic, stripped-down Colorado fare. When the building opened in 1911, it cost 5 cents to ride a Tramway Company Street Car, collected where The Nickel Restaurant is now located, hence the name.