Clayton Holdings Presents Clarity For Due Diligence

Posted by Orb Staff on October 16, 2007 No Comments
Categories : Residential Mortgage

Clayton Holdings Inc., headquartered in Shelton, Conn., has introduced Clarity, a new due diligence process designed to provide loan buyers and securitizers with increased insight into the risk profile of portfolios at the time of purchase, as well as a projection of future losses and new options to reduce potential losses.

According to the company, Clarity scores individual loans and the overall portfolio for credit, compliance, collateal and estimated loan risk. Clarity offers client summary dashboards that first quantify the initial level of risk in a given portfolio and then track how this is mitigated during the due diligence process.

‘Clarity can help issuers identify the riskiest loans, better target due diligence efforts and project and reduce prospective losses,’ says Keith Johnson, president and chief operating officer at Clayton.

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