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Podcast: Angel Oak and SS&C Discuss Insurance Company Demand for R...

Members of Angel Oak’s Institutional Client Group sat down with technology solutions provider SS&C Technologies to discuss the ongoing demand from insurance companies that want to add residential loans to their investment portfolios.

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Q&A: Angel Oak and SS&C Discuss Insurance Company Demand for ...

In this Q&A, Angel Oak and technology solutions provider SS&C Technologies answer questions that insurance companies may have when exploring adding residential loans to their investment portfolios.

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Angel Oak Delivers New Solutions for Insurance Companies Seeking Reside...

As insurance companies seek diversification and capital-efficient yield, Angel Oak engages in a capital-raising initiative focused on delivering residential mortgage loan exposure for its client base.

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Angel Oak Capital Advisors Hires Institutional CRE Veteran, Sumit Sasid...

Sumit Sasidharan will lead the firm’s CRE platform, focusing primarily on growing Angel Oak’s CRE fund offerings at an institutional level while also managing and expanding the firm’s permanent and bridge-loan financing solutions.

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Angel Oak Insurance Solutions: Capital Efficient Credit and Mortgage Le...

Angel Oak has developed expertise in designing capital efficient investments via securitizations, separately managed accounts, and rated notes. Recent areas of focus have consisted of vehicles to access Non-Agency residential mortgages, commercial real estate mortgages, and investment grade–rated community bank subordinated debt. In this piece, the team provides an update on these investment verticals geared toward the insurance investing community.

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Q&A: Angel Oak’s ESG Framework and its Integration in the Financia...

In this Q&A, Rob McDonough, Director of ESG and Regulatory Initiatives, explains Angel Oak’s belief that community banks are a natural choice for ESG-integrated investments, and he provides insight into the role Angel Oak’s proprietary ESG scorecard plays in the investment process.

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Q&A: Senior PM Cheryl Pate Discusses Current U.S. Banking Landscap...

In this Q&A, Cheryl Pate, CFA, provides an overview of financials credit at Angel Oak, the team’s process for assessing community and regional banks, and potential opportunities amid recent market volatility.

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Angel Oak Issues First Securitization of 2023

Angel Oak announced the issuance of AOMT 2023-1, an approximately $580.5 million securitization backed in part by loans originated by Angel Oak affiliated lending companies.

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Connecting Generations of Wealth

Angel Oak Co-CEOs Sreeni Prabhu and Mike Fierman explain how Angel Oak’s ecosystem is intentionally built to connect investors to borrowers.

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Q&A: Alternative Investment Strategies for Insurance Investors

Insurance companies face unique challenges in today’s market. As discussed in this Q&A, Angel Oak Capital Advisors is helping insurance company clients meet these challenges with vertically integrated origination platforms and access to unique assets that provide diversification to corporate credit.

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