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Klinedinst Sponsors California MBA Western Loan Servicing Conference

Klinedinst and Shareholder Ian A. Rambarran were proud to support the 21st Annual Western States Loan Servicing Conference. 2016 marks the second straight year the California Mortgage Bankers Association has held the statewide conference in San Diego. 

SAN DIEGO – Klinedinst and Shareholder Ian A. Rambarran were  proud to support the California Mortgage Bankers Association (CMBA) 21st Annual Western States Loan Servicing Conference.

CMBA’s Western States Loan Servicing Conference offered attendees in the real estate finance industries an opportunity to gain detailed and informative information on economic outlooks. Part of the group’s mission is to promote fair and ethical lending practices through a wide range of educational programs, services, and industry publications.

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Ian A. Rambarran

“Congratulations are in order to CMBA for 21 years of terrific conferences. ” said Mr. Rambarran, a Shareholder in the firm’s Northern California office in Sacramento. “We were pleased to once again support CMBA’s annual conference, which brings together leaders in real estate finance from across the West. We enjoyed seeing fellow CMBA members in San Diego.”

The CMBA is the leading statewide advocate for the residential and commercial real estate finance industry. The group represents members before government and regulatory agencies in legislation, which has changed real estate finance in California.

 

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