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Ocwen Closes Servicing Advance Securitization Worth $600 Million

The notes are used to finance the servicing advances that are used to fund RMBS investors, according to an Ocwen spokesman, who also noted that the company believes the securitization of the advances is the most efficient and lowest cost form of borrowing available to mortgage servicers.

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Wells Fargo Promotes New Head of Home Lending Servicing

As head of Home Lending Servicing, Hilzendeger will be responsible for leading more than 17,000 of the bank’s team members who service mortgage loans and home equity products for more than 10 million Wells Fargo customers, and mortgage loans for investors totaling more than $1 trillion.

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CFPB Reports Another $107 Million Returned to Consumers Through Supervisory Actions

The CFPB has authority under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 to supervise banks and credit unions with assets totaling more than $10 billion, along with certain nonbanks that include mortgage companies, payday lenders, private student lenders, and other nonbanks the CFPB has determined to be “large participants” in the financial market.

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