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Can Technology Solve Information Overload and Complexity in Securities Disclosure?

Securities disclosure is under fire, with professors and politicians launching two basic criticisms against it. The first is that it causes “information overload:” Investors cannot process all the disclosure that securities rules require. 872 more words

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Creating Mortgage-Backed Securities through Securitization

An experienced financial trader, Dirk Coetzer is the managing director of Firminy Equity Fund and ICON Capital Sarl, LLC. From his office in Luxembourg, Dirk Coetzer oversees the fund’s alternative investments and securitizations. 149 more words

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Mnuchin as Treasury Secretary: Lackey for the TBTF Banks

Mnuchin was and remains “the guy between the guys.” Billed as the organizer of OneWest his role was to provide a layer between the founders and the rest of the world.

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Securitization’s Importance

Trade finance specialist Dirk Coetzer currently serves as managing director for ICON Capital and Firminy Capital. Both of these firms headed by Dirk Coetzer are headquartered in Luxembourg and engage in… 160 more words

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Fake Agreements Between Sham Conduits Try to Preempt Courts from Ruling on Evidence

November 9, 2016 by Neil Garfield

the parties are creating the illusion that they are essentially entering into an agreement to purchase paper from the seller where there is no original paperwork and no indication that the purchase ever actually took place.

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Looking Through the Data: Where Will the Next Bubble Burst?

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by Kevin Yulianto 

It has been eight years since the last global financial crisis rocked the world, yet today the world’s economy hasn’t fully recovered to what it was before. 3,161 more words

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TITLE IS TITLE, NOTE IS NOTE ... BANKS CAN'T EVEN GET IT RIGHT!

Op-Ed!

I do not know what the law schools are teaching regarding real property law, but here is an atypical case where one alleged lender used a quiet title action to prove a mortgage loan existed on a piece of property and a Maine Superior Court Judge chimed in … loud and clear … “what the hell were you people thinking?” 865 more words

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