Gretchen Morgenson: How to Find Weeds in a Mortgage Pool

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Gretchen Morgenson: How to Find Weeds in a Mortgage Pool

Gretchen Morgenson: How to Find Weeds in a Mortgage Pool

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IT sounds like the Domesday Book of the housing bust. In fact, it is a computerized compendium of millions of housing transactions — a decade’s worth from across the country — that could finally help us get to the bottom of troubled mortgage investments.

The system is an outgrowth of work done by a New York investment manager, Thomas Priore. In the boom years, his investment firm, ICP Capital, navigated the dangerous waters of collateralized debt obligations via an investment vehicle called Triaxx. Buyers of Triaxx C.D.O.’s did better than most, but Triaxx still incurred losses when the bottom fell out.

Now Triaxx’s database could help its managers and other investors identify bad mortgages and, perhaps, learn who snookered whom when questionable home loans were bundled into investments that later went bad.

[NEW YORK TIMES]

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2 Responses to “Gretchen Morgenson: How to Find Weeds in a Mortgage Pool”

  1. Sarah says:

    Et tu Gretchen? Not a word about the borrowers.

  2. marilyn lane says:

    If JOHN GOTTI had added the name BANK to his name,
    he never would have gone to jail.

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