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A Comeback With A Twist

The RMBS market has picked up substantially over the past two years, but here’s how today’s transactions look a little different from those of the past.

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A Bridge Too Far to Cross

Bridge loans, or fix-and-flip loans, have only recently entered the RMBS market. But here’s a breakdown on the threat they pose homeowners and investors according to a major crediting agency.

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Nomura Settles RMBS Suit With DoJ

Nomura, the Tokyo-based bank, is the last in a string of financial institutions to settle with the Department of Justice for fraudulent activities involving selling mortgage-backed securities leading up to the Great Recession of 2008.

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Wells Fargo to Re-enter the RMBS Bond Market

Wells Fargo is set to enter the private RMBS market after a gap of 10 years with a bond deal according to recent reports. Here are the details about the bond and why the bank made the decision to come back to this space.

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