The California Receivers Forum, in conjunction with Loyola Law School of Los Angeles, will co-host the Loyola X Symposium at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Long Beach on January 18-19, 2024. Economic indicators continue to fluctuate and this year’s Symposium theme, “Riding the Economic Wave”, provides a foundation of education that will highlight industries likely to require receiverships. Learn legal and practical tips and strategies to better suit your clients’ needs and hear directly from the pros with a proven track record of delivering results in unpredictable economic times.

The Symposium will feature some new voices and fresh perspectives. Reconnect with statewide experts and network with the industry professionals to support all aspects of your receivership needs. Loyola X is a forum to ask real-world questions and hear from receivers who have faced all types of challenges in receiverships.

This year, we are honored to feature Danielle DiMartino Booth as Keynote Speaker at the Welcome Dinner on January 18. Ms. DiMartino Booth is founder and CEO of Quill Intel Research, providing independent research on what is driving the markets – both in the United States and globally. She spent nine years at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and served as Advisor to President Richard W. Fisher throughout the financial crisis until his retirement in March 2015. She is a frequent speaker and commentator on MSNBC, Bloomberg, Fox News, Fox Business News and other major media outlets.

Friday’s Keynote Speaker is a founding member of CRF and its past chair, Robert (Bob) P. Mosier. Bob has a long and respected background in state and federal receiverships, first starting in 1974 with turnarounds and dissolutions and then applying those skills to receiverships beginning in 1985. An oft-consulted expert, Bob shares his retrospective on the receivership industry in his presentation titled “The Life and Times of a Receiver…The Good, The Bad, And The Ever-Present Ugly.”

More experts follow in a general session titled “Receiver As Detective – Working With A Receiver To Uncover Fraud And Other Bad Behavior.” Receivers often act as investigators, identifying and liquidating assets, calculating the amount of claims, identifying creditors, and more. This session takes a look at how receivers uncover fraud and other malfeasance and includes real case studies to help illustrate.

The afternoon offers concurrent sessions with a track for those entering the receivership field as well as those wishing to advance their current level of experience and expertise.

The Symposium will also feature over ten sponsored luncheon table discussions on a variety of contemporary topics for newer or veteran receivers and their counsel.

The Symposium wraps up with a Beach Party cocktail reception. This is a great way to put on your flip flops, kick back and enjoy some beachside fun.

The Loyola Symposium is held biannually, so don’t miss the insights and connections to position your business for the coming receivership engagement opportunities. Be sure to reserve January 18-19, 2024, on your calendar. Registration is available at