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  • Japan’s SoftBank completes $3.3 billion acquisition of Fortress Investment Group

    Parent company of New Residential, majority shareholder of Nationstar acquired
    SoftBank Group’s move into the U.S. financial markets took a huge step forward on Wednesday, as the Japanese technology company completed its previously announced $3.3 billion acquisition of Fortress Investment Group, a global investment giant that has a huge stake in the U.S. housing finance system.
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  • Fortress acquires Colony American Finance

    Colony American will now operate as CoreVest American Finance Lender
    Fortress Investment Group is about to be acquired by SoftBank Group in a $3.3 billion deal, but Fortress isn’t done making its own acquisitions while that deal works its way through the legal process. Fortress announced Tuesday that it is acquired Colony American Finance, a lender that provides financing for real estate investors who want to purchase single-family rental homes, townhomes, condos, and small multifamily properties.
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  • Fortress shareholders approve $3.3 billion acquisition by SoftBank

    Parent company of New Residential Investment to be acquired
    SoftBank Group’s $3.3 billion acquisition of Fortress Investment Group is one step closer to being finalized after Fortress’ shareholders approved the deal. Fortress is the parent company for New Residential Investment, which buys up mortgage servicing rights by the truckload. Fortress is also the majority shareholder in Nationstar Mortgage, soon to be known as Mr. Cooper.
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  • Nationstar elevates CEO Jay Bray to chairman of the board

    Replaces Fortress Investment co-founder, principal Wesley Edens
    Nationstar Mortgage, also soon to be known as Mr. Cooper, is handing the keys of the company to Jay Bray. Bray, the nonbank’s president, chief executive officer, and director, is now also the company’s chairman of the board, the company disclosed in a late Friday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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