SIFMA approves changes to allow forward delivery of loans for UMBS

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The announcement follows confirmation on March 7, 2019 from the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) that their To-Be-Announced (TBA) Guidelines Advisory Council approved revisions to good delivery guidelines for the UMBS (decision summary). The SIFMA guidelines allow for forward June UMBS trades to be filled with.

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SIFMA approves changes to allow forward delivery of loans for. – The Securities Industry and financial markets association approved changes to its good delivery guidelines that ease the path to the government-sponsored enterprises issuing uniform mortgage-backed securities starting on June 3. The to-be-announced market is an MBS forward trade where the commitment is made prior to the actual delivery date of the loans.

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The to-be-announced market is an MBS forward trade where the commitment is made prior to the actual delivery date of the loans. "The TBA Guidelines Advisory Council met [on March 5] to discuss a single security and voted on changes to the good delivery guidelines to enable trading of UMBS under these guidelines," a statement from SIFMA said.

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SIFMA approves changes to allow forward delivery of loans for UMBS The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association approved changes to its good delivery guidelines that ease the path to the government-sponsored enterprises issuing uniform mortgage-backed securities starting on June 3.

SIFMA Approves Changes to Allow Forward Delivery of Loans for umbs. national mortgage News, Mar. 12, 2019–Brad Finkelstein (subscription) The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association approved changes to its good delivery guidelines that ease the path to the government-sponsored enterprises issuing uniform mortgage-backed securities starting on June 3.

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