Scottsdale, Ariz. - Strategic Research Institute's Asset Securitization 2002 Symposium kicked off seamlessly last week, and remarkably well-attended: the tone being a mix of humor and (not surprisingly) market optimism, despite the industry hurdles that were manifesting themselves back on Wall Street (see story below).

Though perhaps a smaller gathering than the prior week's Information Management Network's schmooze fest, several attendees (on the two-conference stretch) were heard saying that content is a higher priority at SRI, and the panels are less jammed-packed, more intimate, and substantive.

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