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Vice Capital Markets’ Shawn Ansley Honored As 2020 HousingWire Insider

NOVI, Mich., Sept. 1, 2020 — Vice Capital Markets, a leading mortgage hedge advisory firm for independent lenders, banks and credit unions, announced today that its Managing Director Shawn Ansley has been named a 2020 HousingWire Insiders Award winner. In its fifth year, the HousingWire Insiders program recognizes individuals for vital

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2020 HW Insider: Shawn Ansley, Vice Capital Markets Managing Director

Over the last year, Shawn Ansley has automated many of the firm’s day-to-day processes to improve operational efficiency and eliminate opportunities for human error. He is also responsible for several recent LOS integrations, including last year’s integrations with Lending QB and OpenClose, that allow information to seamlessly flow back-and-forth between

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Fulfillment, AE, LO jobs…non-QM news in primary & secondary markets

Capital markets Liquidity continues to be the name of the game! Chris Bennett from Vice Capital sent, “GNMA 2.0s have struggled from a liquidity standpoint without any support from the Fed like UMBS 2.0s or GNMA 2.5s have, but there is real end-buyer interest there. We recently put out a larger pool of GNMA

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Marketing, bank statement, processing, servicing products

Capital markets Vice Capital Markets reported an increase in trade volume over the past 90 days, “shattering” many of its internal company records. Since March, the monthly totals [have] reach[ed] $13.4 billion, and Vice saw a 13% increase in its client base. Read the full announcement here. This item originally appeared in Rob Chrisman’s Daily Mortgage

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Vice Capital Markets sets internal record for monthly trade volume

Vice Capital Markets announced today that the company has more than doubled its monthly trade volume over a 90-day period, setting several internal records. Trade volume totals reached during this period include $11.5 billion in March, $13.4 billion in April and $12.4 billion in May. “Despite the market chaos brought

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For mortgage markets, the outlook is sunny

By Christopher Bennett In Detroit, several of the local hospitals have been broadcasting the Beatles hit, “Here Comes the Sun,” throughout the hospital every time a COVID-19 patient comes off of the ventilator. There is no equating life and death with the bond and mortgage markets, of course, but as

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One way credit unions can make mortgages more profitable

By Scott Colclough As lenders and independent mortgage companies aggressively attempt to attract consumers, credit unions must be ever mindful to optimize all competitive advantages they possess. Generally, credit union members are a loyal bunch and want to keep their business in-house. However, as members, they also expect lower fees

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New Fed purchases may help bolster MBS, but rates remain volatile

By Bonnie Sinnock Additional mortgage-backed securities purchases by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York will address private investor skittishness about the asset class, but it will not necessarily lower rates. “Right now the only meaningful end buyer is the Fed and while they’ve been in the market every day

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The market outlook for the coming year is surprisingly familiar

By Christopher Bennett “New year, new me” seems to be the popular slogan for 2020. While this may not be a completely apt description of the mortgage market outlook for the coming year, the market can expect to see some changes, particularly in the specified pool and to-be-announced markets, alongside

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The benefits of the digital mortgage for hedging are not clear

By Troy Baars Digital is today’s mortgage lending watchword. Stem to stern, every aspect of the mortgage process has felt either a direct or ripple effect of an intense, industry-wide focus on automation, including its most esoteric element: hedging. However, even as the benefits of going digital in origination, closing and servicing

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Notes on interest rate direction

Many believe that if you talk long enough about a recession, eventually we’ll see one. Chris Bennett, Principal at Vice Capital Markets, Inc. sent out a note to clients back last Friday the 13th on proverbial blood in the streets in the town of Chicago. (“There’s blood in the streets, it’s

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Diving in: What lenders need to know about the specified pool market

Moving from best execution to mandatory represents a significant milestone in the evolution of a mortgage lender’s secondary marketing department, but the growth doesn’t stop there. Adding custom, or specified, pools helps lenders diversify their execution strategy, thereby maximizing profitability and adding additional cash flow to secondary activities. What’s more,

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Vendor news: OpenClose completes integration with Vice Capital Markets

OpenClose has completed its integration with Vice Capital Markets resulting in advanced hedging automation. The integration takes loan-level lock data from OpenClose’s LenderAssist™ LOS and securely transmits it directly to Vice Capital’s hedging platform. This eliminates multiple manual steps and potential “break-points” in the overall process thus saving time, reducing errors, and increasing visibility that

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OpenClose and Vice Capital Markets integrate for enhanced hedging automation

OpenClose has announced the completion of an integration with Vice Capital Markets Inc., an established mortgage hedge advisory firm. Focused on maximizing hedging efficiencies, the new interface reduces the time to prepare and deliver loan data and eliminates the manual intervention that occurs today, automating an ongoing seamless delivery of data. In

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OpenClose, Vice Capital Markets integrate to enhance hedging automation

OpenClose®, an industry-leading multi-channel loan origination system (LOS) and digital mortgage fintech provider, announced the completion of an integration with Vice Capital Markets. Focused on maximizing hedging efficiencies, the new interface reduces the time to prepare and deliver loan data and eliminates the manual intervention that occurs today, automating an ongoing

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Mortgage tech rundown

OpenClose announced an integration with Vice Capital Markets that will maximize hedging efficiencies and reduce preparation and delivery time for acquired loan data. The integration utilizes loan-level lock data from OpenClose’s LenderAssist LOS and embeds it directly into Vice Capital’s hedging platform. According to the company, this will eliminate multiple manual steps and

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