Events


Forum Hypothecaire Du Canada - Colour

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
APH





We look forward to seeing you next year! 
See 2019 agenda below. 



The Quebec Mortgage Forum is an annual gathering of mortgage professionals in the province, providing an opportunity to discuss the regulatory environment, the constantly evolving mortgage and real estate landscape, as well as delivering new tools and resources mortgage professionals can use to grow their business.  

This event provides a minimum of 5 OACIQ-approved CEU.


Please note that all presentations will take place in French.  


Rates

CHA: 99$ + tax
Member: $119 + tax
Non-member: $149 + tax







SEPTEMBER
24
2019



LOCATION
Hôtel Mortagne
1228 Nobel Street
Boucherville, QC  J4B 5H1


Agenda



7:30 am - 8:30 am
Registration and Breakfast



8:30 am - 9:00 am
Opening Remarks

Hear from your Quebec Directors and the APH as they brief us on the upcoming initiatives and latest accomplishments benefiting our members including an update on Bill 141.
Presented by

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How to Stand Out in the Digital Age

Approved by the OACIQ for 1 CEU (category of choice)

Sébastien Kuperhause
Director, Residential Lending Sales, Eastern Canada & Ontario
9:00 am - 10:00 am


This presentation examines the impact of technology and demographic changes on the way we live and work. This timely discussion will also provide you with specific information on how the housing market is being disrupted by these changes and demonstrate how you can take advantage of the digital revolution so that you are not overwhelmed.


Presented by

Home Trust



10:00 am - 10:30 am
Refreshment Break and Trade Show

Trade Show



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Mortgage Insurance for Buildings
Approved by the OACIQ for 1 CEU (cateogry of choice)

Michel Martial & Marc-Antoine St-Yves
Account Representatives, Client Relations
10:30 am - 11:30 am


Topics covered will include: the benefits of group housing mortgage insurance; financing and mortgage insurance for collective dwellings of five or more units; types of buildings and categories of insured mortgages; general principles, revenues and operating expenses (including expenditure schedule); economic value, calculation of financial profitability of a building, ratios; analytical and pricing fees; environmental site assessment; documentation required and analytical tools.

Presented by

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Demystifying Title Insurance
Approved by the OACIQ for 1 CEU (category of choice)

Annick Létourneau

Business Development Manager, Residential Solutions
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

This session will provide an overview of the protection provided by title insurance and will include examples of specific cases and claims.

Presented by

FCT - Residental Lending - JPEG



12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Lunch and Trade Show

Trade Show



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Quebec Real Estate and Mortgage Market Trends
Approved by the OACIQ for 1 CEU (cateogry of choice)

Joanie Fontaine
Senior Economist
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Residential real estate and mortgage market trends in Quebec will be presented along with factors to watch for next year.


Presented by

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Economic,  Financial and Housing Outlook
Approved by the OACIQ for 1 CEU (cateogry of choice)

Sébastien Lavoie
Chief Economist, Laurentian Bank Financial Group
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Global economic uncertainty at record high levels have led central banks to prolong longest business cycle. During the presentation, Laurentian Bank’s Chief Economist will offer insights relative to trade war developments and the asset classes benefiting from the global race to the bottom in interest rates. In Canada, the constructive adjustment in the oil and housing markets will be discussed. Particularly, Sebastien will discuss the pillars underpinning the dynamic Montreal residential housing market.

Presented by

Laurentian



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Celebratory Reception 

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Don’t miss this celebratory cocktail reception in honour of the 50th Anniversary of APH and the 25th Anniversary of MPC!



Continuing Education Units
Mortgage Forum earns you a minimum of 5 OACIQ-approved CEU.