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How Has The Third-Party Mortgage Servicing Portfolio For The Largest U.S. Banks Changed Since 2011?

The total third-party mortgage servicing portfolio for the 5 largest U.S. banks has shrunk by nearly 9% annually over the last five years, as stricter capital requirements and poor quality of legacy mortgages forced the four largest banks to reduce their presence in the mortgage servicing industry. Notably, Bank of America slashed its mortgage servicing portfolio to just a quarter of its size at the end of 2011, while U.S. Bancorp stands out as the only bank in the top 5 to report steady growth in its portfolio.

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2) Figures mentioned are approximate values to help our readers remember the key concepts more intuitively. For precise figures, please refer to the full Trefis analysis for U.S. Bancorp | Wells Fargo |JPMorgan | Bank of America | Citigroup

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