This Banking Exchange article, prompted by the DOJ’s recent lawsuit against Barclays, discusses the longer statute of limitations available to the government, relative to private plaintiffs, to sue participants in the subprime mortgage securitization process. As Joseph states, for the immediate future “the 10-year statute of limitations remains an arrow in the government’s quiver.” Click here to view the full article.
Mortgage Loans and MBS
Pre-financial crisis subprime RMBS litigation may be entering a new phase, moving on from fraud and repurchase actions brought by investors against sponsors and sellers to new actions by deal participants to recoup litigation losses from one another. The risk of new government actions and investigations continues. The Credit Chronometer identifies litigation trends and the merits of potential claims. After a long dormancy, subprime RMBS has made a comeback. The Credit Chronometer is on the lookout for history repeating itself and identifies best practices to avoid issues of the past.
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