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  • From HW Magazine

    2018 HW Vanguard: Jim Bennison

    Arch Capital Group executive vice president and head of alternative markets
    As EVP and head of alternative markets at Arch Capital Group, Jim Bennison oversaw the creation of Arch MRT, which is engaged in risk-sharing pilot programs with Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae to provide lenders with credit enhancement options and to attract private capital to the housing market.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2017 HW Vanguard: Andrew Rippert

    CEO, Global Mortgage Group at Arch Capital Group
    As chief executive officer, Andrew Rippert is responsible for leading and managing Arch Capital Group’s global mortgage insurance, reinsurance and credit risk operations. In his role, Rippert leads the company’s key markets worldwide and recently led the company's efforts to acquire United Guaranty.
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  • Done deal: AIG finalizes sale of United Guaranty to Arch Capital Group

    Initial reports placed sale price at $3.4 billion
    American International Group officially closed the sale of its mortgage-guaranty unit United Guaranty to Arch Capital Group on Dec. 31, 2016, the companies announced Tuesday morning. Initial reports of the deal placed the sale price of United Guaranty at approximately $3.4 billion, but the companies did not disclose a final sale price.
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  • Arch MI launches new mortgage insurance company

    Given financial strength rating of ‘A3’
    Arch MI announced it is opening a new mortgage insurance company right as the market starts to increase focus in that area due to new regulations. The new company, AMG, is a mortgage insurance company specifically created for mortgage loans that originators intend to retain in their portfolios or include in private securitizations and is not subject to GSE requirements.
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