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CAVEAT EMPTOR: SECURITIZATION AUDITS

This is a warning from the author, who specializes in assessing chain of title to real property based on factual data from the public record.  None of the information relayed here is to be construed as legal advice and is the author’s own opinion.   931 more words

Financial Education

URGENT NOTICE! Countdown To The Launch Of The International Tribunal For Natural Justice

On May 4, 2015, at 2:41 PM, nadine black <nadinebxo@gmail.com> wrote:

This is a MUST HEAR!

This is our Countdown To The Launch Of The International Tribunal For Natural Justice – GLOBAL ONLINE FREE EVENT- 114 more words

Civil Rights Violations

RonMamita reblogged this on Ronmamita's Blog and commented:

A HISTORIC INITIATIVE WHERE ‘WE THE PEOPLE’ OF THE WORLD – RESTORE JUSTICE & RULE OF LAW JOIN US LIVE May 4th, 2015 – 4pm Pacific / 7pm Eastern USA *[Please see the comments section and recorded video.] https://ronmamita.wordpress.com/2015/05/05/urgent-notice-countdown-to-the-launch-of-the-international-tribunal-for-natural-justice/#comment-16800

Shearman & Sterling discusses Capital Markets Unions: the EU's Next Focus for Reforms

On 18 February 2015, the European Commission published a green paper on building a Capital Markets Union, alongside two complementary consultation papers on a revised EU framework for securitisation and a review of the Prospectus Directive. 4,768 more words

Securities Regulation

Bankers: Quit selling your loans

There are significant risks when banks originate loans that they don’t want to keep on their books. So why do banks persist with securitizing and selling off their loans? 1,066 more words

Leadership

Sometimes Courts Just Get It Wrong

Sometimes Courts Just Get It Wrong

And sometimes it’s pretty obvious…

¶ 31 The first of these technical terms in RCW 61.24.030(7)(a) is “beneficiary.” There is no dispute in this case that Wells Fargo is the “beneficiary” of the deed of trust securing Trujillo’s delinquent note. 800 more words

Regulating Against Bubbles

In the Great Recession’s morality play, unscrupulous financiers on the inside of the mortgage industry exploited ordinary folk on the outside. Predatory lenders pushed unsuspecting homebuyers into teaser rate mortgages that seemed affordable but were in fact ticking time bombs. 1,119 more words

Securities Regulation