NEW YORK, Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Finzat Block, a blockchain solution provider and a Block One Capital portfolio company, and THC, a nationally recognized leader in Asset-Liability Management and whole loan trading, have agreed to combine THC's loan trading network with Finzat's blockchain technologies to improve market efficiencies, transparency and profitability.
Adding senior advisor Alex J. Pollock's expertise in mortgage finance and financial strategies to Dr. Thomas Ho's long and successful track record in financial risk management and loan trading, gives Finzat distinct advantages as it looks to offer needed competition in the $10 Trillion U S residential mortgage market. Mr. Pollock created the highly successful MPF mortgage acquisition program; Finzat executives Michael Moore and Gnanesh Coomaraswamy were part of the MPF senior team. FHLBank mortgage acquisition programs total well over $55 Billion today.
"Dr. Ho is a proven expert in whole loan trading and balance sheet analysis. Adding Finzat's experience in mortgage finance and blockchain know-how will result in substantial synergies," says Dr. Gnanesh Coomaraswamy, Finzat CEO.
THC network covers a wide variety of loan types including, residential 1-4's, automobile, credit card HELOCs, SBA 7a's, SBA 504's, multifamily and commercial real estate with comprehensive balance sheet analytics. THC cloud-based asset-liability management model was chosen by the OTS, a U S federal financial regulator, to provide market risk analysis and reports for all its institutions. THC is the leading provider of ALM solutions treating credit, liquidity and interest rate risk coherently.
"THC is delighted to partner with Finzat, whose management team has a track record of outstanding achievement in the mortgage market and has acquired the utility blockchain technologies. Finzat will complement THC's asset-liability management analytical and loan transaction technologies," said Dr. Thomas Ho, president of THC.
The Finzat and THC partnership will benefit community financial institutions by bringing transparency and efficiency to loan markets while improving their asset-liability management capabilities.