Fixed Income Clearing - MBS Division

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The Mortgage-Backed Securities Division (MBSD) is the sole provider of automated post-trade comparison, netting, electronic pool notification, pool comparison, pool netting and pool settlement services to the mortgage-backed securities market thus providing greater efficiency, transparency and risk mitigation to this specialized market.

***Important MBSD Operational Novation Information***
Implementation Date: July 31st, 2017
Novated TBA CUSIP: FNMA 30-year 4.5%

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Operations Hotline - 1.212.855.7886

MBS Allocation: (effective July 31, 2017)
212.855.7886
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FICC Settlement: (effective July 31, 2017)
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Products and Services

MBS Novation

 

The MBS Novation initiative is a conversion to operational Novation, and a simplification of the netting and settlement process that will enable MBSD to eliminate inefficient processing, such as notification of settlement.

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Real-Time Trade Matching

 

Real-Time Trade Matching (RTTM®) enables dealers, brokers and other market participants to automate the processing of fixed income securities trades throughout the trading day.

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EPN

 

Electronic Pool Notification (EPN) is now the industry standard for agency mortgage-backed securities pool notification.

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Netting and Settlement Services

 

The Mortgage-Backed Securities Division (MBSD) of Fixed Income Clearing Corporation (FICC) provides comprehensive Netting and Settlement Services that address the unique needs of this specialized market.

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Automated Funds-Only Settlement Service

 

Fixed Income Clearing Corporation's (FICC) Automated Funds-Only Settlement Service provides a standardized, automated method for settling non-trade, funds-only obligations each day between FICC and its customers' settling banks.

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