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  A really excellent video on the topic explaining what happens with your loan and mortgage after it is signed and registered...  ...
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    Definition of 'ABX index' A financial benchmark that measures the overall value of mortgages made to borrowers with subprime or
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    Definition of 'Asset Backed Credit Default Swap - ABCDS' A credit default swap wherein the reference asset is an asset-backed se
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  NAB Class Action  Legal action by shareholders against National Australia Bank Limited is being considered to recover losses suffered as a result of alleged non-disclosures. The non-disclosures relate to NAB’s exposure to toxic debt in Collateralised Debt Obligations (“CDOs”). Frozen credit markets were forcing financial institutions to make huge provisions on CDOs from at least October 2007. Why did NAB take so long to writedown the value of its CDOs? Did NAB keep the market informed of all information which it knew or ought to have known was material to the price of its shares? Maurice Blackburn Lawyers is investigating a potential class action against NAB on behalf of shareholders who purchased or acquired an interest in shares between 1 January 2008 and 25 July 2008. By August 2007 concerns regarding the US subprime sector had broadened into a more general credit crisis. In the latter half of 2007, as credit market liquidity froze, major financial institutions announced huge write-downs across CDOs and significant losses.   NAB’s CDOs As...
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    Same tune, different words?     Three big banks were hit on Friday with yet another lawsuit related to wrongful foreclosures. Democratic New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed suit against Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo for deceptive and fraudulent use of a private database used to register mortgages, according to a Friday press release from his office. Schneiderman has been outspoken in urging the Obama administration to hold the nation's largest financial institutions accountable for their role in the foreclosure crisis, notably hesitating to join a larger nationwide case against the country's five largest banks for mortgage fraud. States now have until Monday, according to the Iowa attorney general's office, to decide to join that deal.The New York attorney general has yet to announce whether New York will participate in the deal because of concerns that joining the settlement would make it impossible...
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