Kenneth Adler
EVP-Head Of Capital Markets
Caliber Home Loans

Ken is currently EVP and Head of Capital Markets for Caliber Home Loans, Inc. with responsibilities for MSR, Secondary trading and  origination margin management. The company is an approved Seller/Servicer for both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, an approved issuer for Ginnie Mae and is an approved servicer for FHA, VA and the USDA
From 2014 to 2016 Ken was a Managing Director at Structured Portfolio Management responsible for mortgage finance strategies inclusive of MSR, origination and equity investment in non-bank platforms.
From 2009 until 2014 Ken was Managing Director and Co-Head of the Mortgage Servicing and Secondary Group at CitiMortgage where he oversaw MSR management and pipeline activities.  Ken was a senior member of the team responsible for streamline refinance programs, securitization and asset disposition initiatives at CitiMortgage.
Prior to joining CitiMortgage in 2009, Ken spent 16 years at Natixis Capital Markets where he was most recently manager of the U.S. securitized product proprietary trading group.  Responsibilities included analytic platform development, management of total rate of return capital, structured liability issuance and oversight of the MSR portfolio. As a result of 2008 financial crisis, Ken took on management of all related exposures globally throughout the institution.
From 1990 to 1993, Ken worked for Manufacturer's and Traders Trust Company and had responsibilities for fixed income trading, portfolio management and asset and liability management.  Ken was charged with performing the mortgage asset valuations used in the acquisition of various financial institutions during this period.
From 1987 to 1989, Ken worked at Bear, Stearns & Company where he was a manager in the Residential Whole Loan Trading Group. Responsibilities included the analysis of mortgages used in both Agency and private securitizations. During this period Ken worked extensively with investors, GSEs and rating agencies
Ken received his MBA from Columbia Business School and a BS from the Wharton School of Business.  Ken is also a CFA Charterholder.