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New Servicer Touts New Approach

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A new servicer hopes to build its client base by targeting the needs of investors.

Statebridge has been launched to provide “high-touch investor-focused” mortgage servicing for performing and non-performing loans, according to a news release today.

The Denver-based company was created from the ground up by executives with “years of experience in overseeing hundreds of servicers and roughly three trillion dollars worth of mortgages,” according to the announcement. It claims it will be the only servicer to provide a “one-stop shop” that is intensely focused on investor needs.

“Statebridge’s risk-based servicing will introduce a new adaptive approach designed to optimize investor success through tailored, high-touch servicing that maximizes return,” the statement said. “This new approach to servicing was developed by the team that helped create the market for independent surveillance of mortgage securities.”

At the helm of Statebridge is its President Kevin Kanouff, who previously worked as a financial services industry attorney and served as president of Clayton Fixed Income, according to his public profile at LinkedIn.

Kanouff noted in today’s press release that the company helps investors create a servicing strategy tailored to their investment philosophy and designed to maximize returns.

Statebridge parent Integrated Asset Services LLC said the new servicing venture — in addition to existing servicing products that include REO management and disposition, collateral valuation, conditioned valuation, and mortgage due diligence — “effectively bridge the entire loan life cycle.

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