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Summary of Supervisory Procedure MB 110

February 28, 2014

Section 110.1 defines a number of terms that are used in the Supervisory Procedure,

Section 110.2 contains a general description of the process for applying for approval of a change of control of a mortgage loan servicer (“servicer”) and contains information about where the necessary forms and instructions may be found.

Section 110.3 lists the documents to be included in an application for approval of a change of control of a servicer, including the required fees.  It sets forth the time within which the Superintendent of Financial Services (formerly the Superintendent of Banks) must approve or disapprove an application.  It also sets forth the execution and attestation requirements for applications.  The section makes clear that the Superintendent can require additional information or an in person conference, and that the applicant can submit additional pertinent information.  Last, the section lists the types of changes in a servicer’s operations resulting from a change of control which should be notified to the Department of Financial Services (formerly the Banking Department).

Section 110.4 describes the information and documents required to be submitted as part of an application for approval of a change of control of servicer.  This includes various items of information about the applicant and its regulatory history, if any, information demonstrating continuing compliance with the applicable financial responsibility and experience requirements, information about the organizational structure of the applicant, a description of the acquisition and other documents regarding the applicant, such as fingerprint cards and background reports.

 

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