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Originator

A bank, savings and loan, or mortgage banker that initially made a mortgage loan that is part of a pool. Also, an investment bank that has worked with the issuer of a new securities offering from the beginning and is usually appointed manager of the underwriting syndicate.

Originator

1. A bank that makes a loan, especially a mortgage loan, to a client. The originator has the ability to sell that loan to another party, usually to create a derivative product of some kind. As a result, one often hears about originators in discussions of mortgage-backed securities.

2. An investment bank that works with a company in planning a new issue from the earliest stage. The originator usually becomes the syndicate manager when the issue actually is made.

originator

A financial institution that makes loans that are then resold.
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