Original Lender

sometimes the originator will securitise assets that it did not create but which it purchased from the entity that originally created them. For example, a Fund F may securitise a pool of mortgages that it purchased from Bank B that made the original loans to borrowers to purchase their homes. Sometimes, there may be more than one link in the chain, with Fund F purchasing the mortgages from Bank B that itself purchased them from Bank C. The entity that made the original advance to the borrowers is called the original lender

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