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September 2, 2014

GNMA Working on ‘Position Paper’ on Nonbank Servicers; Agency Concerned About Capital and Infrastructure

By Paul Muolo

“The new guys are quickly gaining on the traditional players,” said Ginnie president Ted Tozer. “Some have grown from zero to $5 billion to $10 billion overnight. We’re concerned about their infrastructure and capital.”

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