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New Bid Tape AOT Executions Explained (Webinar Recap)

New Bid Tape AOT Executions Explained (Webinar Recap)

Join us in this educational post as we recap the best information on these new delivery options introduced in our industry webinar on October 11th, 2018. “Under the right conditions, bid tape AOT offers a prescriptive economic value over other executions.”

The Single Security Initiative Explained (Webinar Recap)

The Single Security Initiative Explained (Webinar Recap)

Our webinar recap will help you be prepared for this important transition to the Single Security Initiative (SSI), review the rationale behind the initiative, how the structure of the mortgage industry will (and will not) change, how pooling, trading, and delivery will be affected, and the main prep tasks for lenders.

Industry Trends 2018: What Caused Lender Profit Margin Compression?

Industry Trends 2018: What Caused Lender Profit Margin Compression?

We are proud to introduce our latest whitepaper, What Caused the Lender Profit Margin Compression? by Bill Berliner, for those who are interested in diving into MCT client and market data. We’ll discuss lender competition, decreasing volumes, increased interest rates, and weakening of relative pricing of mortgage-backed securities (MBS) as contributors.

Loan Officer Commissions: Margins & Management (Webinar Recap)

Loan Officer Commissions: Margins & Management (Webinar Recap)

In this webinar recap, we will summarize the discussions of our panelists who explain: two drivers of margin compression in the market today, why LO commission management matters for keeping your business profitable, and how to eradicate inefficiencies in calculating LO commissions by leveraging a technology solution.

Whitepaper: How to Manage Long-Term Interest Rate Locks

Whitepaper: How to Manage Long-Term Interest Rate Locks

Expanding a lender’s pipelines of long-term locks allows them to access new sources of production a grow their businesses. This whitepaper will address MCT’s approach to conceptualizing the different risks associated with long-term locks and then hedging the exposure by using TBA forward contracts and/or exchange-traded options.