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The Emerging Trends in Mortgage Servicing

Steven Frie, Director, Structured Finance at S&P Global Ratings gives insights into what’s driving the servicing business and the lessons he’s learned in his various roles in financing for the housing and mortgage industry.

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Opting for Optimization in Mortgage Lending

Fintech innovations have the potential to transform and streamline business processes for lenders. But first, they have to embrace them. Editor's Note: This article originally appeared in the August issue of MReport, out now.

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U.S. Household Debt Approaches New High

Household debt is approaching its 2008 peak and is set to surpass it by the end of the month, according to a study. How are mortgages impacting the total debt of consumers? Click through to learn more.

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Apparently, the $10 Billion Threshold is Not So Scary

Per Dodd-Frank, banks that cross the $10 billion asset threshold become subject to increased regulation and supervision. While it seems they have an incentive to stay below the $10 billion mark, there is no systematic evidence they are avoiding it, according to one analysis.

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