Despite earning some tough headlines in recent weeks for its scandal in which 5,000 former employees created 2 million fake accounts to earn sales bonuses, Wells Fargo’s ability as a mortgage servicer is still solid, according to a report from Fitch Ratings.

HousingWire staffer Ben Lane writes that Fitch affirmed Wells Fargo Home Mortgage’s ratings as a mortgage servicer in three categories: prime, Alt-A, and subprime.

According to Fitch’s report, the affirmed servicer ratings reflect the Wells Fargo’s “organizational restructuring, expanded automated functionalities, its conservative growth objectives and experienced leadership team.”

Fitch also said that Wells Fargo continues to invest in training and strengthened its internal control processes to provide increased oversight of its business line operations during the relevant review period.

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