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9 Feb 2009

IAS presents a ‘Forensic’ approach to Due Diligence

In response to the recent need to restore confidence and liquidity in the mortgage market, Integrated Asset Services, LLC (IAS), a default management and residential collateral valuation company, is introducing iCDA Credit Due Diligence Analytics.

Expecting clients from hedge funds, mutual funds, private investors, government agencies, ratings agencies, and mortgage originators, IAS calls their system a “surgically precise” review of borrower credit worthiness, collateral valuation, and compliance for loan buyers.

“iCDA is designed to expose both the risk and merit of an asset beyond the historic origination and compliance guidelines," John Coughlin, VP of Capital Markets for IAS said, "Using our suite of analytic tools to forecast performance, we can identify exit strategies and recommend loan modifications and repayment plans for your assets.”

“We’ve combined IAS’s expert default professional services with innovative new technology and a few key alliances to provide a robust, single-source solution,” says Robert Vanderbilt, First Vice President for Integrated Asset Services. "We have to think the integrity of our approach and the fullness of our product will go a long way toward getting the mortgage market moving again,” said Vanderbilt.

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