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Volume 2014 - Number 30

August 1, 2014

Non-Agency MBS Investors Continue to Complain About Loan Mods Provisions in Legal Settlements

A trade group representing non-agency MBS investors continues to raise concerns about settlements that give servicers credit for completing loan modifications on mortgages in non-agency MBS. Regulators and others counter that the settlements include protections for the investors, who ultimately benefit from loan mods completed under the settlements. The latest flare-up involves $4.0 billion in loss mitigation actions required of JPMorgan Chase under a recent settlement with federal and state regulators. Last week, the settlement’s monitor credited Chase with $6.31 million in consumer relief under the settlement, with 56 percent of the relief completed on Chase’s own holdings and the remainder completed on loans serviced for others, likely mortgages in non-agency MBS. The settlement prompted...

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