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UBS Investment Bank launches automated mortgage underwriting
UBS announced today that its Investment Bank has launched a new Automated Underwriting Engine (AUE) for mortgage loans on its Whole Loan Conduit platform.
Using a sophisticated artificial intelligence system, the UBS AUE is capable of instantly analyzing a mortgage loan application to provide correspondent loan sellers with a consistent and reliable underwriting decision. The engine allows increased flexibility in the analysis of loans, taking into account loan characteristics that compensate for minor shortcomings.
Initially, the system is designed to review prime and ALT-A first lien loans. In early 2006, the system will be expanded to include a sub-prime and second lien loan models as well.
"The major advantage for our clients is that they will know immediately if the loan is eligible for sale to UBS without having to guess or wait," said Peter Slagowitz, Managing Director and Head of Loan Conduits. "Clients that use this service will notice just how much this expedites the loan fulfillment process."
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New York, November 10, 2005
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