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Clayton Holdings Partners with MBSData for Loan-Level Analytics

""Clayton Holdings LLC"":http://www.clayton.com has partnered with ""MBSData, LLC"":http://www.mbsdata.com to provide loan-level data risk identification analytics and reporting solutions to fixed-income-mortgage investors.


According to a statement from the two companies, their combined technology platform is designed to help investors manage residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) risk more effectively. The new offering will cover 98 percent of the active deal universe of private-label RMBS.

""Investors, risk managers, and others need access to comprehensive loan-level data combined with high-end analytics at affordable prices,"" said Paul Bossidy, CEO of the Connecticut-based Clayton Holdings.


""By working with MBSData, we've created a service that fills a real need in the market with an accessible tool that provides comprehensive data and cutting edge, customizable analytics,"" Bossidy said.

Clients can combine MBSData's loan-level dataset information with InCyt, Clayton's data query and reporting tool. Users can then gauge collateral performance, identify trends among various data points, and identify potential performance issues and possible investment opportunities.

With the InCyt tool and the premium data package from MBSData, clients can see loan characteristics, delinquency analysis by lien position, servicer, and geography as well as monthly losses and loss trending, pending and prepayment information, customized value decline reports, REO/foreclosure analysis, and reports for aggregating and trending pools.

""By combining our data with Clayton's dynamic reporting solution platform, we are able to marry top-tier datasets with industry-leading analytics,"" said Tom DeLorenzo of New Jersey-based MBSData.

""It's about turning data into useful information,"" DeLorenzo continued, ""and we think this tool is the right fit for any investor that wants an easy-to-use, self-service data mining and reporting platform at any granular level that supplies real-time insight about collateral performance trends and investment opportunities.""

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