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HML launches distressed mortgage asset trading platform

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  • 12/05/2014
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HML, the third-party mortgage administration company, has launched an asset trading platform for portfolio buyers.

The service is aimed at investors and banks that are looking to acquire, manage or sell a performing or distressed mortgage portfolio.

HML can source assets and analyse associated risks to migrating portfolios and servicing customers effectively and in line with changing regulation.

Paul Fryers, commercial director at HML, said: “HML’s 25 years in the mortgage administration market means we have extensive experience in analysing, migrating and servicing portfolios, maximising the value of assets for investors.

“In the last three years alone, we have experienced a 100% successful transition of more than 100,000 accounts from a variety of clients, servicers and platforms. Asset purchasers already either use HML to service assets or have mapped from our iCONNECT system. This makes assets serviced by HML significantly more marketable.”

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