October 19, 2010 Comments (0) Blog, Securities Fraud

FINRA Fines Deutsche Bank Securities For Negligently Misrepresenting Information On Subprime Mortgages.

(Last Updated On: July 17, 2015)

FINRA recently announced that it has fined Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. $7.5m for “negligently misrepresenting” delinquency information on subprime mortgages underlying securities issued in 2006.

FINRA found that Deutsche misrepresented and underreported the share of delinquent mortgages in the prospectus supplements of six subprime residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) worth $2.2bn. Deutsche described in these supplements a method of calculating delinquencies that differed from the methods actually used at the firm.

For example, FINRA found that Deutsche reported 8.75% of the loans in one MBS deal was between 30 and 59 days delinquent, corresponding to $14m in delinquent loans. The actual delinquency numbers computed under the method disclosed by Deutsche showed a significantly larger share — 24.02% — of mortgages 30-59 days delinquent, corresponding to $38.5m loans.

Additionally, FINRA said that Deutsche failed to correct errors by a third-party vendor and servicers that underreported historical delinquency rates in connection with its offer and sale of 16 additional subprime RMBS deals issued in 2007.

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