Secretary John Dalton
Ceasar C. Mitchell
Walter J. Mix III
The 2013 Global Summit working group sessions will provide private sector best practices and public sector policy building blocks necessary for expanding Silver Rights, free enterprise and capitalism for all. Working group sessions are led by co-chairs and session leaders in breakout salons where summit delegates, representing over twenty-five (25) countries from the; community, faith, private and government sectors will share thoughts and best practices under the theme Global Economic Recovery: How the Poor Can Help Save Capitalism.
The Global summit working group sessions will focus on “solutions-only” dialog that will result in promising ideas, strategies and policy recommendations to G20 leaders. The 2013 Global Summit working group session topics will consist of:
1. Banking the Unbanked: One Size Does Not Fit All
2. Making Finance Mobile: Banking with Any Device, Anywhere for Everyone
3. Youth Economic Energy and Understanding the Entrepreneurship Paradigm
4. The True Cost of Disaster Preparedness – Unprepared and Prepared
5. Building a Framework for Change Through Philanthropy
6. Sustainable Finance (Access to Capital)
7. The Power of Good Credit, (Growing jobs in emerging markets)
8. Building Wealth through Homeownership, Post Crisis
Building Wealth through Homeownership, Post Crisis
Even after the devastating housing crisis, homeownership continues to be an essential driving force for Americans, who continue to place high value on it. Opportunities in today’s market include low mortgage rates, flexible mortgage terms, a favorable buyer’s market and a steady and ample supply of real estate product.
The current state of the financial services and real estate markets suggests there may never be a better time for Americans to pursue homeownership, particularly for the poor and underserved. A new window of opportunity is presenting itself for players who previously may have stayed on the sidelines.
On the business side, a sizable vacuum has emerged in the wake of the market collapse. Regional banks, which have developed distinct competitive advantages in the emerging marketplace, are particularly well positioned to capitalize on this situation.
This workshop will examine ways for renters and housing businesses to take advantage of these new opportunities in home ownership before this favorable environment shifts again.