Banking organizations looking to reduce the amount of risk-based regulatory capital required to support residential mortgage loan portfolios can use synthetic securitization to convert the capital treatment of their exposures from wholesale or retail exposures to securitization exposures. In this Legal Update, we discuss how regulatory capital requirements impact banking organizations that hold portfolios of
Paul A. Jorissen
Might Consumer Forbearance be Expanded to Business?
To contain the coronavirus and save lives, the government has required many people to stay home and not report to work. To help those people manage their financial obligations, the government is also mandating different types of payment forbearance relief. That relief resembles a stay or moratorium on enforcement and is increasingly pervasive and generally…
CFPB on QM — No DTI? Short-Lived Patch Extension?
According to the Mortgage Bankers Association, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau intends to revise its Qualified Mortgage definition by moving away from a debt-to-income ratio threshold, and instead adopting a different test, such as one based on the loan’s pricing. The CFPB also apparently indicated it may extend, for a short time, the temporary QM…
Mayer Brown partners speaking at IMN’s residential MSR forum
Mayer Brown Partners Paul Jorissen and Lauren Pryor will speak at the 6th Annual Residential Mortgage Servicing Rights Forum being held April 15-16, 2019 in New York City. This conference explores the key industry issues, including the origination trends, views from the regulators, and more.
Paul Jorissen will moderate the panel on “Financing in the MSR Market” and Lauren Pryor will moderate the panel on “Buying a Mortgage Servicer/Originator vs. Rights vs. Subservice” on April 15.
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