Right- S&P is trying to look like a bad-ass, though have as much insight today in the ability of a company to repay a loan as they did during the financial meltdown.

Government insistence and getting a rating agency's approval to buy an
investment product needs to be eliminated. These firms insights are no
better than a dart board.

> Standard & Poor's Announces Servicers Must Prove

Ratings agency Standard & Poor's says mortgage servicers must provide
documentation that their foreclosure processes are in compliance with
foreclosure laws, or risk receiving a revised outlook or rating from the
company. Many mortgage servicers have been under scrutiny recently because
of reports of "robo-signing." S&P says it expects all residential servicers
in its Select Servicer program to prove their compliance with proper
foreclosure affidavit procedures by the end of first quarter of 2011.



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