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June 20, 2014

RBS Still has Major Non-Agency MBS Exposure Tied to Fannie/Freddie

By Charles Wisniowski, Paul Muolo

RBS, which is effectively owned by the British government, still faces liability in private label security (PLS) matters tied to Greenwich Capital, a U.S. subsidiary that at one time was the largest nonprime issuer in the nation.

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