MMIF

AcronymDefinition
MMIFMutual Mortgage Insurance Fund
MMIFMy Mouth Is Full
MMIFMacrophage Migration Inhibitory Factor (immunology)
MMIFMajor Medical Insurance Fund (Department of Labor and Employment; Colorado)
MMIFMarra Mamba Iron Formation (iron ore)
MMIFMy Memory is Fuzzy
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Most recently he was chief operating officer of MMIF since joining the Mexico City office of MIRA in July 2013.
It is reported that TERT-2 cells constitutively express high levels of PAR-1 and PAR-2 and lower level of PAR-3 [76], whereas human keratinocytes express PAR-2 [11], which can be upregulated by MMIF 77].
figures are for its single-family Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund (MMIF)
Apart from MMIF holding 32.5% in the consortium, the team includes Fomento Economico Mexicano (MXK: FEMSAUBD), or Femsa, with 45%, and Macquarie Capital with 22.5%.
Mexico's National Infrastructure Fund, Fondo Nacional de Infraestructura (FONADIN), has made an initial commitment of nearly USD81m to MMIF. FONADIN has also agreed to invest up to a total of nearly USD230m as a key investor in the fund.
MMIF acquired a 32.5% stake in the Marena Renovables project in March last year.
This article describes recent analyses of the 6,963,810 single-family purchase money mortgages that FHA has endorsed for insurance that are obligations of the MMIF through the period of Oct.
Some media reports have speculated that FHA's recent and rapid run-up in market share, combined with a lack of adequate resources and risk-management tools, has created unhealthy risks for the Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund (MMIF), the main backstop for FHA's insurance programs.
FHA possesses a wealth of historical prepayment data on individual MMIF (Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund) mortgages that can help bridge this knowledge gap.
The health of FHA's Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund (MMIF)-- that insures most FHA single-family mortgages--has been the subject of great debate and interest in recent years.
After 45 years of virtually uninterrupted success in insuring single-family home mortgages, regional recessions in the 1980s brought on a series of foreclosures that began draining the Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund (MMIF), which covers the insurance claims arising under the single-family mortgage insurance program.