Lenders Expect Refi to Pull Out to Cut Profits

Lenders don’t take the refinancing boom for granted. Fannie Mae’s second quarter mortgage lender sentiment survey found that most respondents do not expect business, and therefore profits, to stay at current levels. Sixty-nine percent said profit margins would decline over the next three months, 19% expect them to stay the …

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WHO’s tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to the challenges facing the international mobility of health professionals

Read the article The international mobility of healthcare workers is increasing, with an estimated shortage of 18 million healthcare workers worldwide by 2030, and this trend is expected to continue. Ahmed, Regional Director of the World Health Organization (WHO) in the Eastern Mediterranean, Europe and Southeast Asia, especially during the …

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At the intersection of the doctrine of black letter contracts, property and fairness: In re Citibank August 11, 2020 Wire Transfers, 2021 WL 1652171 (2021). | Charles E. Rounds, Jr.

Citibank administers as agent a $ 1 billion term loan for debtor (Revlon) and creditors (lenders). Lenders only have contractual property rights to the incremental principal payments over the term of the loan, which ends in 2023. The bank mistakenly transferred the full principal amount from its own account to …

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