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Webinar - Agency RMBS Experimental Model Release Update

On April third Yield Book released the Experimental Version (v99) of the agency prepayment model, as well as Experimental Version (v98) where all COVID-19 related adjustments are replaced by pre-COVID-19 expectations but is otherwise identical to v99.

The webinar will cover the following model release updates:
•COVID-19 pandemic impact
•Introduction of multiple economic scenarios into the Monte Carlo simulation
•Primary/secondary spread model update
•Refinance response recalibration
•TBA definition update
•Upcoming model release schedules

Please join us on May 4th at 4:00 PM ET for the live webinar with Q&A presented by: Hui Ding, Director, Senior Agency RMBS Prepayment Modeler, Yield Book Mortgage Research and Joseph Reel, Managing Director, MQA Mortgage Analysis, Citigroup, Inc.
Recorded May 4 2020 64 mins
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