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Importantly, we believe these transactions will provide a framework (e.g. structure, valuation) which may set a precedent for more banks and not-for-profit companies to sell their FFELP assets. We believe logical buyers include Navient Corp. and Nelnet, Inc. since each already holds sizable FFELP portfolios and service federal student loans for the
Portfolio acquisitions would be positive for Navient's credit profile as they would create additional earnings capacity and potentially extend the duration of the company's existing portfolio. However, the pricing and financing of any potential acquisitions would also be considered.
Wells Fargo and CIT represented two of the top 15 largest holders of FFELP loans as of
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Cash Flow Analysis of Navient Corporation (Updated Cash Flow Projections Post Separation)
Source: Fitch Ratings
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