HEARD ON THE STREET: Mortgage Deal Leaves Bank Investors Guessing

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HEARD ON THE STREET: Mortgage Deal Leaves Bank Investors Guessing

HEARD ON THE STREET: Mortgage Deal Leaves Bank Investors Guessing

WSJ

Here’s a lesson for the government and Ally Financial in particular: With bank investors fretting about the potential costs of soured-mortgage claims, it is best to get the details out in the open.

That’s the opposite of how Ally and Freddie Mac handled a payment last year of $325 million by the firm to the mortgage company to settle mortgage-repurchase claims. Neither Ally, General Motors’ former financing arm now majority-owned by the government, nor government-owned Freddie disclosed the amount of the settlement when it occurred. The fact that a deal was struck at all was only disclosed by Ally and …


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