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Ginnie Mae must balance supervision with the scope of servicers’ risk

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Ginnie Mae must balance supervision with the scope of servicers’ risk By Scott Olson – In tightening of supervision of its smaller issuers, there are reports of Ginnie Mae not granting full commitment authority requests, and raising net worth and liquidity standards above publicly posted levels.

Ginnie Mae is pleased to announce the release of the new Platinum Pool Processing Application on the MyGinnieMae Portal. The transition away from the manual Platinum Upload Web Page to the new portal based application marks a significant accomplishment in the effort to modernize Ginnie Mae systems.

This 5% retained portion of the mortgage must remain on the balance sheet of the originator as an asset and at the risk of the mortgage’s securitizer or originator. When the remaining 95% is sold, accounting rules would no longer have it carried as an asset on the originator’s balance sheet.

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Nonbank Servicer Regulation: New Capital. – Urban Institute – To mitigate their risk of increased exposure to nonbanks and minimize consumer harm, the GSEs and Ginnie Mae, as well as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, have issued new regulatory and capital requirements for mortgages servicers. 3 While the GSEs’ and Ginnie Mae’s requirements are mostly financial-covering minimum capital.

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Ginnie Mae, its inspector general, and others have pointed out that Ginnie Mae’s biggest risk is with its largest servicers – for the simple reason that risk is concentrated and large portfolios are more difficult to transfer to another servicer.

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Growing Loans by Partnering with the United States Department of Agriculture (1/11/2017) CFPB Mortgage Examination Procedures Servicing – CFPB Mortgage Examination Procedures Servicing CFPB June 2016 Procedures 2 Examination Objectives 1. To assess the quality of the regulated entity’s compliance risk management systems, including internal controls and policies and procedures, for preventing violations of Federal consumer financial law in its mortgage servicing business. 2.