Bid Tape Management & Best Execution for Lenders
Bid Auction Manager (BAM)® is a platform within MCTlive!® that integrates with existing lender and investor processes to encrypt bid tapes so that they can be securely and efficiently priced by investors. Investors then load tapes back into MCTlive! where they reside in a centralized bid tape repository that can be easily reviewed to achieve Best Execution. Save time, improve margins, and securely transfer bid tapes with a BAM!
Supercharge Your Loan Sale Process with a “BAM!”
No more hours spent sending, receiving, organizing, normalizing, and reviewing bid tapes from a myriad of investors via unsecure emails every time you do a loan sale. BAM saves time and improves margins, whether you use it to streamline your bid tape management or take advantage of robust Best Execution analysis.
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adoption among the investor aggregator community.
bid tapes exchanged daily.
in monthly committed loan volume.
2+ hours saved
by lenders on average per loan sale.
Watch BAM Demo Video
Learn more about Bid Auction Manager from Director of Deployment, Paul Yarborough who will explain more about using the platform for securely encrypting bid tapes and efficiently pricing with investors.
- Import data
- Generate bid tapes
- Post & collect bids
- Run BAM best execution analysis
- Commit to investors
BID TAPE MANAGEMENT
One-click secure distribution, collection, and analysis of bid tapes with your approved bid tape investors.
Anonymized shadow bidding functionality helps you explore potential pickup with unapproved investors, and determine whether to start a conversation.
BEST EXECUTION ENGINE
Review or export a prioritized list of possible executions, commit to investors, and receive confirmations at no additional charge.
RAPID MARKET-ADJUSTED PRICING
Increase speed and organization of the entire pricing process for bulk bid tapes.
COMMITMENT DATA WRITEBACK
Save time and avoid data entry errors through automation of commitment information back into your LOS.
Bid Auction Manager Benefits
PAYS FOR ITSELF – Lenders of every size tell us how the amount of time they save more than pays for the cost of the service, not to mention the protection of margins and possibility to identify valuable new investors.
INVESTOR APPROVED – BAM has achieved 100% adoption among investors participating in the bulk bid tape
channel. Some investors even manage all their seller bid tapes and associated pricing through BAM!
INFORMATION SECURITY – Nonpublic Personal Information (NPI) found in bid tapes is secured in transit and at
rest, and never transmitted via email.
TEST NEW INVESTORS – Explore the possible impact of adding to your investor set with a robust process to
solicit, collect, and analyze shadow bids.
CAPTURE SPEC PAYUPS – Never miss a payup thanks to CRA eligibility scrubbing and the MCT trade desk’s finger
on the pulse of each investor’s axe.
CENTRAL & HISTORICAL REPOSITORY – One organized location for counterparties to access bid tapes. Discrepancy in price upon delivery? Just reference the original tape and associated pricing.
Latest News & Educational Articles About BAM
In this case study, Mrs. Mohr describes how MCTlive!, BAM, and bid tape AOT have enabled her team to realize time savings and efficiency gains along with improved margins.
UPDATE Oct. 10, 2019 – MCT is proud to announce the addition of the Freddie Mac Cash-Released XChange browse price API to the integration between Freddie Mac and the MCTlive! platform. Leveraging the browse price API, MCTlive! lenders can now accurately and conveniently utilize Freddie Mac Cash-Released XChange in their best execution analysis.
We had the pleasure of connecting with one of our clients to understand their experience with MCT. In this case study, we interviewed Cameron Mott and Ryan Krell of KS StateBank.