Category Mortgage Securitisation

Irish Banking Crisis….What would you say if I told you…..


What would you say if I told you….I have seen a document dated January 24th 2008 which emanated from the Department of Finance which evaluated comprehensively all matters pertinent to the Financial Stability of Ireland in the face of Financial Collapse? What would you say if I told you…. I have seen a document dated […]

Irish Banks…Monumental Failures?..or Orchastrated Accommodation?…


With the backdrop of the ongoing saga on Gorse Hill Killiney playing out in the media and in the High Court in Dublin it is clear that the issues the O’Donnell family want aired will never be fully ventilated in public, they have no platform. The New Land League, rightly or wrongly have attempted to […]

Central Bank Code of Practice on the Transfer of Mortgages….where did it come from?……


A lot of us will be very familiar with the Code of Practice on the Transfer of Mortgages as prescribed by the Central Bank of Ireland, the so-called “Regulator” of Banking and Banks in Ireland, we are all too familiar with the response from Banks when they are challenged on this Code, ” that Code […]

The Acquisition of the Mortgages- An Examination of a Prospectus for Mortgage Securitisation.


A very good piece from Mike, First Active – Ulster Bank Borrowers take note……   The Acquisition of the Mortgages- An Examination of a Prospectus for Mortgage Securitisation. Extracts taken from Prospectus. Print in red is used for my comments and to highlight the parties, while underlining is used for emphasis only.   Purchase . […]

Securitisation….questions and answers please ???


Following on from my last post, I would like to poses a number of questions, I shall follow-up with another post giving my answers to those same questions but, it is your replies I am interested in… 1. If the Bank has performed a True Sale of the mortgages in a Securitisation, why then is […]

Securitisation ….the undeniable root of all financial crisis…..


No matter how I analyse the financial crisis, I am always led back to Securitisation, the Shadow Banking world and Derivatives, the make-believe world which has caused so much hurt and pain for the ordinary men and women of Ireland and many other countries around the world. Let us be clear, the reason why we […]

Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and some other interesting stuff………join the dots……


The following are transcripts from “Taking on the Banks” by Thomas Anderson Book IV Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Banks are required to adhere to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). GAAP follows an accounting convention that lies at the heart of the double-entry bookkeeping system called the Matching Principle. This principle works as follows: When a […]

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