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    Walter Investment Management Corp. Announces Second Quarter 2017 Highlights And Financial Results
    - Reported second quarter 2017 GAAP net loss of $94.3 million, or $2.58 per share
    - Improved prospects for debt reduction by executing a Restructuring Support Agreement with Certain Term Loan Lenders
    - Continue to reduce costs and improve efficiency across all business lines

    FORT WASHINGTON, Pa., Aug. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Walter Investment Management Corp. (NYSE: WAC.BC) today announced GAAP net loss for the quarter ended June 30, 2017 of $94.3 million, or $2.58 per share, as compared to a GAAP net loss of $490.0 million, or $13.68 per share for the quarter ended June 30, 2016. The current quarter net loss included a non-cash fair value charge of $45.1 million due to changes in valuation inputs and other assumptions. Adjusted Loss was $19.8 million and Adjusted EBITDA ("AEBITDA") was $61.3 million in the current quarter as compared to Adjusted Loss of $4.8 million and AEBITDA of $98.8 million in the prior year quarter.

    "I am pleased with the progress we have made to date on our debt restructuring initiative, and we continue to work towards execution of a comprehensive deleveraging transaction," said Anthony Renzi, Chief Executive Officer and President of Walter.  "Improving our capital structure is expected to better position Walter for future success."

    "From an operational perspective, we continue to focus on reducing costs and improving the performance of our core businesses with a goal of returning the Company to profitability," Renzi continued. "We are making investments in technology, such as our recent implementation of a digital point of sale system in our originations business, and have improved our operating processes in all business segments, in each case with the goal of enhancing the customer experience. We continue to make progress in our default servicing operations as we emphasize keeping customers in their homes and reducing delinquencies.  Finally, we have taken additional steps to streamline operations and reduce our site footprint as we seek to continue to improve our cost structure."

    Second Quarter 2017 Financial and Operating Overview

    Total revenue for the second quarter of 2017 was $208.8 million, an increase of $21.3 million as compared to the prior year quarter, primarily due to an increase of $59.4 million in net servicing revenue and fees, offset in part by a $29.6 million decrease in net gains on sales of loans and an $8.6 million decrease in insurance revenue. The increase in net servicing revenue and fees was driven by a $120.8 million improvement in fair value losses on mortgage servicing rights driven by changes in valuation inputs or other assumptions, offset in part by a $47.9 million decline in servicing fees primarily due to the planned shift of the third-party servicing portfolio from servicing to subservicing, combined with runoff of the portfolio. The decrease in net gains on sales of loans resulted from an overall lower volume of locked loans and a shift in mix from the higher margin consumer channel to the lower margin correspondent and wholesale channels. The decrease in insurance revenue was due to the sale of the principal insurance agency and substantially all of the insurance agency business during the first quarter of 2017.

    Total expenses for the second quarter of 2017 were $292.6 million, a decrease of $273.1 million as compared to the prior year quarter, driven by $215.4 million in goodwill impairment recorded during the second quarter of 2016, $16.2 million lower compensation and benefits resulting primarily from a lower average headcount driven by site closures and various organizational changes to the scale and proficiency of the leadership team and support functions, as well as our decision to exit the reverse mortgage originations business, $9.0 million in lower contractor costs related to our servicing platform conversion that occurred in the second quarter of 2016, as well as efforts to reduce contractor costs throughout the Company's operations, a $6.2 million decrease related to a change in the commissions structure, and $5.7 million in lower compensating interest due to a shift from servicing to subservicing, offset in part by $7.5 million in higher costs associated with corporate strategic initiatives. The remaining variance related to cost savings and changes in reserves.

    Results for the Company's segments are presented below.

    Servicing

    Ditech serviced 1.8 million accounts with a UPB of $213.6 billion as of June 30, 2017. During the quarter ended June 30, 2017, the Company experienced a net disappearance rate of 14.68%, a decrease of 0.91% as compared to the prior year quarter.

    The Servicing segment reported $44.0 million of pre-tax loss for the second quarter of 2017 as compared to a pre-tax loss of $356.0 million in the prior year quarter. During the second quarter of 2017, the segment generated revenue of $117.4 million, a $44.6 million increase as compared to the prior year quarter, primarily due to an increase of $58.6 million in net servicing revenue and fees. The increase in net servicing revenue and fees primarily resulted from a $120.8 million improvement in fair value losses on mortgage servicing rights driven by changes in valuation inputs or other assumptions, partially offset by a $48.0 million decline in servicing fees primarily due to the planned shift of the third-party servicing portfolio from servicing to subservicing combined with runoff of the portfolio.

    Total expenses in the Servicing segment for the second quarter of 2017 were $160.8 million, a decrease of $267.6 million as compared to the prior year quarter. This decrease was driven by $215.4 million in goodwill impairment recorded during the second quarter of 2016. In addition, there were decreases of $16.6 million in compensation and benefits resulting primarily from a lower average headcount driven by site closures and organizational changes, $9.3 million due to lower expense allocations, $6.9 million and $1.9 million in lower contractor costs and postage and printing costs, respectively, related to our servicing platform conversion that occurred in the second quarter of 2016, $5.7 million in lower compensating interest due to a shift from servicing to subservicing, $5.1 million related to a change in the commissions structure, $2.9 million in lower charges associated with foreclosure and bankruptcy practices, and $1.2 million reduction in overtime driven by cost reduction measures. These decreases were partially offset by $2.9 million in additional costs associated with the use of MSP and outsourcing initiatives and $2.2 million in higher advance loss provision. Current quarter expenses included $12.9 million of interest expense and $8.5 million of depreciation and amortization.

    The Servicing segment reported an Adjusted Loss of $3.5 million and AEBITDA of $45.6 million for the second quarter of 2017. Adjusted Loss improved $4.9 million as compared to the prior year quarter resulting from resulting from lower adjusted general and administrative expense and salaries and benefits, offset in part by lower adjusted servicing revenue, insurance revenue and intersegment retention revenue. AEBITDA decreased $19.1 million as compared to the prior year quarter due to lower amortization of servicing rights and other fair value adjustments.

    Originations

    Ditech generated total pull-through adjusted locked volume of $4.2 billion for the second quarter of 2017, a decrease of $1.1 billion as compared to the prior year quarter, driven by an overall lower volume of locked loans. Funded loans in the current quarter totaled $4.2 billion, a decrease of $0.6 billion from the prior year quarter. The combined direct margin for the current quarter was 70 bps, consisting of a weighted average of 187 bps direct margin in the consumer lending channel and 19 bps direct margin in the correspondent and wholesale channels. The decrease in combined direct margin of 17 bps from the prior year quarter was primarily due to the shift in mix to the lower margin correspondent and wholesale channels and lower margins in the consumer channel driven by lower pull-through of locked loans and a lower portion of HARP volume and lower margins in the correspondent channel. The Originations business delivered a recapture rate of 18% for the current quarter.

    The Originations segment reported $20.0 million of pre-tax income for the second quarter of 2017, a decrease of $25.6 million from the prior year quarter. During the second quarter of 2017, this segment generated revenue of $80.5 million, a decrease of $29.7 million from the prior year quarter. Net gains on sales of loans decreased $29.4 million as compared to the prior year quarter, primarily due to an overall lower volume of locked loans combined with a shift in mix from the higher margin consumer channel to the lower margin correspondent and wholesale channels.

    Total expenses for the Originations segment for the second quarter of 2017 were $60.5 million, a decrease of $4.1 million compared to the prior year quarter, driven by a $6.5 million decrease in intersegment retention expense due primarily to lower overall retention volume and a smaller capitalized servicing portfolio resulting from sales of servicing rights and portfolio runoff. Current quarter expenses included $8.6 million of interest expense and $0.7 million of depreciation and amortization.

    The Originations segment reported Adjusted Earnings of $20.2 million and AEBITDA of $18.5 million for the second quarter of 2017, a decrease of $28.0 million and $25.0 million, respectively, as compared to the prior year quarter, due primarily to lower net gains on sales of loans driven by lower volumes.

    Reverse Mortgage

    The Reverse Mortgage segment serviced 112,434 accounts with a UPB of $20.1 billion at June 30, 2017. During the current quarter, the business securitized $113.7 million of HECM loans.

    The Reverse Mortgage segment reported $16.5 million of pre-tax loss for the second quarter of 2017 as compared to pre-tax loss of $26.9 million in the prior year quarter. During the second quarter of 2017, this segment generated revenue of $15.4 million, a decline of $0.7 million from the prior year quarter. Cash generated by the origination, purchase and securitization of HECMs decreased $4.3 million during the second quarter of 2017 as compared to the prior year quarter primarily as a result of overall lower origination volumes, partially offset by a shift in mix from lower margin new originations to higher margin tails. The decrease in cash generated was more than offset by a $2.5 million decrease in net non-cash fair value losses and a $2.1 million increase in net interest income. Current quarter revenues also included $7.1 million in net servicing revenue and fees and $0.5 million of other revenues.

    Total expenses for the Reverse Mortgage segment for the second quarter of 2017 were $31.9 million, a decrease of $11.2 million from the prior year quarter. The decrease in total expenses was primarily due to a $9.2 million decrease in general and administrative expenses due to lower curtailment-related accruals, advertising costs, loss accruals on servicing advances, contractor fees, and purchased services, and a $3.9 million decrease in salaries and benefits due primarily to lower compensation, bonuses and commissions as a result of lower origination volume and lower average headcount resulting from our decision to exit the reverse mortgage originations business. Current quarter expenses included $4.3 million of interest expense and $0.9 million of depreciation and amortization.

    The Reverse Mortgage segment reported an Adjusted Loss of $3.8 million and AEBITDA of ($2.5) million for the second quarter of 2017, an improvement of $6.2 million and $5.4 million, respectively, as compared to the prior year quarter, primarily due to the decrease in general and administrative expenses and in salaries and benefits.

    Other Non-Reportable Segment

    The Other Non-Reportable segment reported $52.1 million of pre-tax loss for the second quarter of 2017, an increase in loss of $9.9 million as compared to the prior year quarter. Other net fair value losses were $8.2 million for the second quarter of 2017 as compared to other net fair value losses of $1.0 million in the same period of 2016, primarily related to the impact of higher delinquencies on the value of the assets and liabilities of the Non-Residual Trusts.

    The Other non-reportable segment had an Adjusted Loss of $32.7 million and AEBITDA of ($0.3) million for the second quarter of 2017 as compared to an Adjusted Loss of $34.6 million and AEBITDA of ($1.5) million in the second quarter of 2016.

    Debt Restructuring Initiative

    As previously announced, the Company has engaged legal and financial debt restructuring advisors and has been reviewing a number of potential actions to reduce its leverage.

    On July 31, 2017, the Company entered into a Restructuring Support Agreement with lenders holding, as of July 31, 2017, more than 50% of the loans and/or commitments outstanding, or the Consenting Term Lenders, under the Company's Amended and Restated Credit Agreement, dated as of December 19, 2013, or the Credit Agreement. As set forth in the Restructuring Support Agreement, the parties thereto have agreed to, among other things, the principal terms of a proposed financial restructuring of the Company, which will include an extension of the Credit Agreement's maturity until June 2022, and which will be implemented through an out-of-court restructuring and, in the absence of sufficient stakeholder support for an out-of-court restructuring, a prepackaged plan of reorganization under Chapter 11 of Title 11 of the United States Code.

    The Restructuring Support Agreement contains a number of conditions and milestones, including reaching an agreement with the holders of 66% aggregate principal amount of the Company's 7.875% Senior Notes due 2021 to a restructuring support agreement consistent with the terms specified in the Restructuring Support Agreement. The Company and its debt restructuring advisors continue to negotiate with the financial and legal advisors to ad hoc groups of holders of the Company's indebtedness under the Company's Senior Notes and Credit Agreement, as the Company seeks to obtain sufficient stakeholder support for a comprehensive de-leveraging transaction.

    There can be no assurance as to when or whether the Company will satisfy the conditions in the Restructuring Support Agreement, including obtaining requisite support from various stakeholders for the restructuring, whether the restructuring will be successful, the effects on its business, or the Company's ability to achieve our operational and strategic goals.

    Filing of Amended Annual and Quarterly Reports

    On or about the date hereof, due to the Restatement, the Company is also filing amendments to its Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2016 and Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q for the quarterly periods ended June 30, 2016, September 30, 2016, and March 31, 2017. The Company also is filing its Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarterly period ended June 30, 2017 (the "2017 Second Quarter Report") on or about the date hereof. Due to the possibility for a prepackaged plan of reorganization under Chapter 11 of Title 11 of the United States Code, substantial doubt has been raised about the Company's ability to continue as a going concern, and the audit opinion included in the Company's amended Annual Report on Form 10-K/A contains a going concern emphasis paragraph and Note 3 to the Consolidated Financial Statements included therein (and Note 2 to the financial statements included in the 2017 Second Quarter Report) discusses such matters and management's plans in respect thereof.

    About Walter Investment Management Corp.

    Walter Investment Management Corp. is an independent servicer and originator of mortgage loans and servicer of reverse mortgage loans. Based in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, the Company has approximately 4,400 employees and services a diverse loan portfolio. For more information about Walter Investment Management Corp., please visit the Company's website at www.walterinvestment.com. The information on the Company's website is not a part of this release.

    This press release and the accompanying reconciliations include non-GAAP financial measures. For a description of these non-GAAP financial measures, including the reasons management uses each measure, and reconciliations of these non-GAAP financial measures to the most directly comparable financial measures prepared in accordance with GAAP, please see the reconciliations as well as "Non-GAAP Financial Measures" at the end of this press release.

    The terms "Walter Investment", "Walter", the "Company", "we", "us", and "our" as used throughout this release refer to Walter Investment Management Corp. and its consolidated subsidiaries. We use certain acronyms and terms throughout this release that are defined in the Glossary of Terms in Item 2. Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations in our Annual Report on Form 10-K/A for the year ended December 31, 2016, in our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q/A for the quarterly period ended March 31, 2017, and in our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarterly period ended June 30, 2017, and in our other filings with the SEC.

    Disclaimer and Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

    Certain statements in this press release constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act and Section 21E of the Exchange Act. Statements that are not historical fact are forward-looking statements. Certain of these forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of words such as "believes," "anticipates," "expects," "intends," "plans," "projects," "estimates," "assumes," "may," "should," "will," "seeks," "targets," or other similar expressions. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other important factors, and our actual results, performance or achievements could differ materially from future results, performance or achievements expressed in these forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are based on our current beliefs, intentions and expectations. These statements are not guarantees or indicative of future performance, nor should any conclusions be drawn or assumptions be made as to any potential outcome of any strategic review we conduct. Important assumptions and other important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, those factors, risks and uncertainties described below and in more detail under the caption "Risk Factors" of our Annual Report on Form 10-K/A for the year ended December 31, 2016, our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q/A for the quarterly period ended March 31, 2017, and our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarterly period ended June 30, 2017, and in our other filings with the SEC.

    In particular (but not by way of limitation), the following important factors, risks and uncertainties could affect our future results, performance and achievements and could cause actual results, performance and achievements to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements:

    • risks and uncertainties relating to the Company's proposed financial restructuring, including: the ability of the Company to comply with the terms of the RSA, including completing various stages of the restructuring within the dates specified by the RSA; the ability of the Company to obtain requisite support of the restructuring from various stakeholders; and the effects of disruption from the proposed restructuring making it more difficult to maintain business, financing and operational relationships;
    • risks and uncertainties relating to, or arising in connection with, the restatement of financial statements included in the amendments to our Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2016 and our Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q for the quarterly periods ended June 30, 2016, September 30, 2016 and March 31, 2017, including: reactions from the Company's creditors, stockholders, or business partners; and the impact and result of any litigation or regulatory inquiries or investigations related to the findings of the Company's assessment or the restatement;
    • our ability to operate our business in compliance with existing and future laws, rules, regulations and contractual commitments affecting our business, including those relating to the origination and servicing of residential loans, default servicing and foreclosure practices, the management of third-party assets and the insurance industry, and changes to, and/or more stringent enforcement of, such laws, rules, regulations and contracts;
    • scrutiny of our industry by, and potential enforcement actions by, federal and state authorities;
    • the substantial resources (including senior management time and attention) we devote to, and the significant compliance costs we incur in connection with, regulatory compliance and regulatory examinations and inquiries, and any consumer redress, fines, penalties or similar payments we make in connection with resolving such matters;
    • uncertainties relating to interest curtailment obligations and any related financial and litigation exposure (including exposure relating to false claims);
    • potential costs and uncertainties, including the effect on future revenues, associated with and arising from litigation, regulatory investigations and other legal proceedings, and uncertainties relating to the reaction of our key counterparties to the announcement of any such matters;
    • our dependence on U.S. GSEs and agencies (especially Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae) and their residential loan programs and our ability to maintain relationships with, and remain qualified to participate in programs sponsored by, such entities, our ability to satisfy various existing or future GSE, agency and other capital, net worth, liquidity and other financial requirements applicable to our business, and our ability to remain qualified as a GSE and agency approved seller, servicer or component servicer, including the ability to continue to comply with the GSEs' and agencies' respective residential loan selling and servicing guides;
    • uncertainties relating to the status and future role of GSEs and agencies, and the effects of any changes to the origination and/or servicing requirements of the GSEs, agencies or various regulatory authorities or the servicing compensation structure for mortgage servicers pursuant to programs of GSEs, agencies or various regulatory authorities;
    • our ability to maintain our loan servicing, loan origination or collection agency licenses, or any other licenses necessary to operate our businesses, or changes to, or our ability to comply with, our licensing requirements;
    • our ability to comply with the terms of the stipulated orders resolving allegations arising from an FTC and CFPB investigation of Ditech Financial and a CFPB investigation of RMS;
    • operational risks inherent in the mortgage servicing and mortgage originations businesses, including our ability to comply with the various contracts to which we are a party, and reputational risks;
    • risks related to the significant amount of senior management turnover and employee reductions recently experienced by the Company;
    • risks related to our substantial levels of indebtedness, including our ability to comply with covenants contained in our debt agreements or obtain any necessary waivers or amendments, generate sufficient cash to service such indebtedness and refinance such indebtedness on favorable terms, or at all, as well as our ability to incur substantially more debt;
    • our ability to renew advance financing facilities or warehouse facilities on favorable terms, or at all, and maintain adequate borrowing capacity under such facilities;
    • our ability to maintain or grow our residential loan servicing or subservicing business and our mortgage loan originations business;
    • our ability to achieve our strategic initiatives, particularly our ability to: increase the mix of our fee-for-service business, including by entering into new subservicing arrangements; improve servicing performance; successfully develop our originations capabilities in the consumer and wholesale lending channels; effectuate a satisfactory debt restructuring; and execute and realize planned operational improvements and efficiencies, including those relating to our core and non-core framework;
    • the success of our business strategy in returning us to sustained profitability;
    • changes in prepayment rates and delinquency rates on the loans we service or subservice;
    • the ability of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae, as well as our other clients and credit owners, to transfer or otherwise terminate our servicing or subservicing rights, with or without cause;
    • a downgrade of, or other adverse change relating to, or our ability to improve, our servicer ratings or credit ratings;
    • our ability to collect reimbursements for servicing advances and earn and timely receive incentive payments and ancillary fees on our servicing portfolio;
    • our ability to collect indemnification payments and enforce repurchase obligations relating to mortgage loans we purchase from our correspondent clients and our ability to collect in a timely manner indemnification payments relating to servicing rights we purchase from prior servicers;
    • local, regional, national and global economic trends and developments in general, and local, regional and national real estate and residential mortgage market trends in particular, including the volume and pricing of home sales and uncertainty regarding the levels of mortgage originations and prepayments;
    • uncertainty as to the volume of originations activity we can achieve and the effects of the expiration of HARP, which is scheduled to occur on September 30, 2017, including uncertainty as to the number of "in-the-money" accounts we may be able to refinance and uncertainty as to what type of product or government program will be introduced, if any, to replace HARP;
    • risks associated with the reverse mortgage business, including changes to reverse mortgage programs operated by FHA, HUD or Ginnie Mae, our ability to accurately estimate interest curtailment liabilities, our ability to fund HECM repurchase obligations, our ability to fund principal additions on our HECM loans, and our ability to securitize our HECM tails;
    • our ability to realize all anticipated benefits of past, pending or potential future acquisitions or joint venture investments;
    • the effects of competition on our existing and potential future business, including the impact of competitors with greater financial resources and broader scopes of operation;
    • changes in interest rates and the effectiveness of any hedge we may employ against such changes;
    • risks and potential costs associated with technology and cybersecurity, including: the risks of technology failures and of cyber-attacks against us or our vendors; our ability to adequately respond to actual or alleged cyber-attacks; and our ability to implement adequate internal security measures and protect confidential borrower information;
    • risks and potential costs associated with the implementation of new or more current technology, such as MSP, the use of vendors (including offshore vendors) or the transfer of our servers or other infrastructure to new data center facilities;
    • our ability to comply with evolving and complex accounting rules, many of which involve significant judgment and assumptions;
    • risks related to our deferred tax assets, including the risk of an "ownership change" under Section 382 of the Code;
    • our ability to regain and maintain compliance with the continued listing requirements of the NYSE, and risks arising from the potential suspension of trading of our common stock on, and delisting of our common stock from, the NYSE;
    • our ability to continue as a going concern;
    • uncertainties regarding impairment charges relating to our goodwill or other intangible assets;
    • risks associated with one or more material weaknesses identified in our internal controls over financial reporting, including the timing, expense and effectiveness of our remediation plans;
    • our ability to implement and maintain effective internal controls over financial reporting and disclosure controls and procedures;
    • our ability to manage potential conflicts of interest relating to our relationship with WCO; and
    • risks related to our relationship with Walter Energy and uncertainties arising from or relating to its bankruptcy filings and liquidation proceedings, including potential liability for any taxes, interest and/or penalties owed by the Walter Energy consolidated group for the full or partial tax years during which certain of the Company's former subsidiaries were a part of such consolidated group and certain other tax risks allocated to us in connection with our spin-off from Walter Energy.

    All of the above factors, risks and uncertainties are difficult to predict, contain uncertainties that may materially affect actual results and may be beyond our control. New factors, risks and uncertainties emerge from time to time, and it is not possible for our management to predict all such factors, risks and uncertainties.

    Although we believe that the assumptions underlying the forward-looking statements (including those relating to our outlook) contained herein are reasonable, any of the assumptions could be inaccurate, and therefore any of these statements included herein may prove to be inaccurate. In light of the significant uncertainties inherent in the forward-looking statements included herein, the inclusion of such information should not be regarded as a representation by us or any other person that the results or conditions described in such statements or our objectives and plans will be achieved. We make no commitment to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances after the date any such statement is made, except as otherwise required under the federal securities laws. If we were in any particular instance to update or correct a forward-looking statement, investors and others should not conclude that we would make additional updates or corrections thereafter except as otherwise required under the federal securities laws.

    In addition, this release may contain statements of opinion or belief concerning market conditions and similar matters. In certain instances, those opinions and beliefs could be based upon general observations by members of our management, anecdotal evidence and/or our experience in the conduct of our business, without specific investigation or statistical analyses. Therefore, while such statements reflect our view of the industries and markets in which we are involved, they should not be viewed as reflecting verifiable views and such views may not be shared by all who are involved in those industries or markets.

     

     

    Walter Investment Management Corp. and Subsidiaries

    Consolidated Statements of Comprehensive Loss

    (Unaudited)

    (in thousands, except per share data)




    For the Three Months
     Ended June 30,


    For the Six Months
     Ended June 30,



    2017


    2016


    2017


    2016

    REVENUES









    Net servicing revenue and fees


    $

    91,321



    $

    31,936



    $

    204,508



    $

    (73,826)


    Net gains on sales of loans


    70,545



    100,176



    144,901



    184,653


    Net fair value gains on reverse loans and related HMBS obligations


    7,872



    7,650



    22,574



    42,858


    Interest income on loans


    10,489



    11,849



    21,469



    24,020


    Insurance revenue


    2,650



    11,277



    7,590



    21,644


    Other revenues


    25,910



    24,585



    53,030



    54,895


    Total revenues


    208,787



    187,473



    454,072



    254,244











    EXPENSES









    General and administrative


    117,544



    135,776



    249,171



    265,382


    Salaries and benefits


    101,071



    133,681



    209,028



    266,320


    Interest expense


    60,884



    64,400



    121,294



    128,648


    Depreciation and amortization


    10,042



    14,540



    20,974



    28,963


    Goodwill impairment




    215,412





    215,412


    Other expenses, net


    3,054



    1,897



    5,837



    4,403


    Total expenses


    292,595



    565,706



    606,304



    909,128











    OTHER GAINS (LOSSES)









    Gain on sale of business


    7





    67,734




    Other net fair value losses


    (8,105)



    (819)



    (3,022)



    (2,963)


    Gain (loss) on extinguishment


    (709)





    (709)



    928


    Other




    (532)





    (1,556)


    Total other gains (losses)


    (8,807)



    (1,351)



    64,003



    (3,591)











    Loss before income taxes


    (92,615)



    (379,584)



    (88,229)



    (658,475)


    Income tax expense


    1,694



    110,379



    1,572



    4,190


    Net loss


    $

    (94,309)



    $

    (489,963)



    $

    (89,801)



    $

    (662,665)











    Comprehensive loss


    $

    (94,314)



    $

    (489,947)



    $

    (89,823)



    $

    (662,624)











    Net loss


    $

    (94,309)



    $

    (489,963)



    $

    (89,801)



    $

    (662,665)


    Basic and diluted loss per common and common equivalent share


    $

    (2.58)



    $

    (13.68)



    $

    (2.46)



    $

    (18.57)


    Weighted-average common and common equivalent shares outstanding — basic and diluted


    36,536



    35,811



    36,475



    35,679


     

     


    Walter Investment Management Corp. and Subsidiaries

    Consolidated Balance Sheets

    (in thousands, except share and per share data)




    June 30,
     2017


    December 31,
     2016



    (unaudited)



    ASSETS





    Cash and cash equivalents


    $

    478,374



    $

    224,598


    Restricted cash and cash equivalents


    172,677



    204,463


    Residential loans at amortized cost, net (includes $6,021 and $5,167 in allowance for loan losses at June 30, 2017 and December 31, 2016, respectively)


    709,080



    665,209


    Residential loans at fair value


    11,905,869



    12,416,542


    Receivables, net (includes $11,841 and $15,033 at fair value at June 30, 2017 and December 31, 2016, respectively)


    155,250



    267,962


    Servicer and protective advances, net (includes $152,683 and $146,781 in allowance for uncollectible advances at June 30, 2017 and December 31, 2016, respectively)


    915,185



    1,195,380


    Servicing rights, net (includes $870,758 and $949,593 at fair value at June 30, 2017 and December 31, 2016, respectively)


    935,898



    1,029,719


    Goodwill


    47,747



    47,747


    Intangible assets, net


    9,718



    11,347


    Premises and equipment, net


    66,162



    82,628


    Assets held for sale




    71,085


    Other assets (includes $40,522 and $87,937 at fair value at June 30, 2017 and December 31, 2016, respectively)


    199,554



    242,290


    Total assets


    $

    15,595,514



    $

    16,458,970


    LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS' DEFICIT





    Payables and accrued liabilities (includes $5,924 and $11,804 at fair value at June 30, 2017 and December 31, 2016, respectively)


    $

    701,390



    $

    759,011


    Servicer payables


    143,785



    146,332


    Servicing advance liabilities


    544,134



    783,229


    Warehouse borrowings


    1,332,126



    1,203,355


    Servicing rights related liabilities at fair value


    1,314



    1,902


    Corporate debt


    2,116,960



    2,129,000


    Mortgage-backed debt (includes $470,600 and $514,025 at fair value at June 30, 2017 and December 31, 2016, respectively)


    877,775



    943,956


    HMBS related obligations at fair value


    9,986,409



    10,509,449


    Deferred tax liabilities, net


    4,602



    4,774


    Liabilities held for sale




    2,402


    Total liabilities


    15,708,495



    16,483,410


    Stockholders' deficit:





    Preferred stock, $0.01 par value per share:





    Authorized - 10,000,000 shares





    Issued and outstanding - 0 shares at June 30, 2017 and December 31, 2016





    Common stock, $0.01 par value per share:





    Authorized - 90,000,000 shares





    Issued and outstanding - 36,541,904 and 36,391,129 shares at June 30, 2017 and December 31, 2016, respectively


    365



    364


    Additional paid-in capital


    597,348



    596,067


    Accumulated deficit


    (711,605)



    (621,804)


    Accumulated other comprehensive income


    911



    933


    Total stockholders' deficit


    (112,981)



    (24,440)


    Total liabilities and stockholders' deficit


    $

    15,595,514



    $

    16,458,970


    Non-GAAP Financial Measures

    We manage our Company in three reportable segments: Servicing, Originations and Reverse Mortgage. We evaluate the performance of our business segments through the following measures: income (loss) before income taxes, Adjusted Earnings (Loss), and Adjusted EBITDA. Management considers Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA, both non-GAAP financial measures, to be important in the evaluation of our business segments and of the Company as a whole, as well as for allocating capital resources to our segments. Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA are supplemental metrics utilized by management to assess the underlying key drivers and operational performance of the continuing operations of the business. In addition, analysts, investors, and creditors may use these measures when analyzing our operating performance. Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA are not presentations made in accordance with GAAP and our use of these measures and terms may vary from other companies in our industry.

    Adjusted Earnings (Loss) is defined as income (loss) before income taxes, plus changes in fair value due to changes in valuation inputs and other assumptions; goodwill and intangible assets impairment, if any; a portion of the provision for curtailment expense, net of expected third-party recoveries, if applicable; share-based compensation expense or benefit; non-cash interest expense; exit costs; estimated settlements and costs for certain legal and regulatory matters; fair value to cash adjustments for reverse loans; and select other cash and non-cash adjustments primarily including severance; gain or loss on extinguishment of debt; the net impact of the Non-Residual Trusts; transaction and integration costs; and certain non-recurring costs, as applicable. Adjusted Earnings (Loss) excludes unrealized changes in fair value of MSR that are based on projections of expected future cash flows and prepayments. Adjusted Earnings (Loss) includes both cash and non-cash gains from mortgage loan origination activities. Non-cash gains are net of non-cash charges or reserves provided. Adjusted Earnings (Loss) includes cash generated from reverse mortgage origination activities for the period in which we were originating reverse mortgages. Adjusted Earnings (Loss) may from time to time also include other adjustments, as applicable based upon facts and circumstances, consistent with the intent of providing investors with a supplemental means of evaluating our operating performance.

    We revised our method of calculating Adjusted Earnings (Loss) beginning with the Annual Report on Form 10-K/A for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2016 to eliminate adjustments for the step-up depreciation and amortization, which represents depreciation and amortization costs related to the increased basis in assets (including servicing rights and subservicing contracts) acquired within business combination transactions. Prior period amounts have been adjusted to reflect this revision.

    Adjusted EBITDA eliminates the effects of financing, income taxes and depreciation and amortization. Adjusted EBITDA is defined as income (loss) before income taxes, plus amortization of servicing rights and other fair value adjustments; interest expense on corporate debt; depreciation and amortization; goodwill and intangible assets impairment, if any; a portion of the provision for curtailment expense, net of expected third-party recoveries, if applicable; share-based compensation expense or benefit; exit costs; estimated settlements and costs for certain legal and regulatory matters; fair value to cash adjustments for reverse loans; select other cash and non-cash adjustments primarily the net provision for the repurchase of loans sold; non-cash interest income; severance; gain or loss on extinguishment of debt; interest income on unrestricted cash and cash equivalents; the net impact of the Non-Residual Trusts; the provision for loan losses; Residual Trust cash flows; transaction and integration costs; servicing fee economics; and certain non-recurring costs, as applicable. Adjusted EBITDA includes both cash and non-cash gains from mortgage loan origination activities. Adjusted EBITDA excludes the impact of fair value option accounting on certain assets and liabilities and includes cash generated from reverse mortgage origination activities for the period in which we were originating reverse mortgages. Adjusted EBITDA may also include other adjustments, as applicable based upon facts and circumstances, consistent with the intent of providing investors a supplemental means of evaluating our operating performance.

    Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA should not be considered as alternatives to (i) net income (loss) or any other performance measures determined in accordance with GAAP or (ii) operating cash flows determined in accordance with GAAP. Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA have important limitations as analytical tools, and should not be considered in isolation or as substitutes for analysis of our results as reported under GAAP. Some of the limitations of these metrics are:

    • Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA do not reflect cash expenditures for long-term assets and other items that have been and will be incurred, future requirements for capital expenditures or contractual commitments;
    • Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA do not reflect changes in, or cash requirements for, our working capital needs;
    • Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA do not reflect certain tax payments that represent reductions in cash available to us;
    • Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA do not reflect any cash requirements for the assets being depreciated and amortized that may have to be replaced in the future;
    • Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA do not reflect non-cash compensation that is and will remain a key element of our overall long-term incentive compensation package;
    • Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA do not reflect the change in fair value due to changes in valuation inputs and other assumptions;
    • Adjusted EBITDA does not reflect the change in fair value resulting from the realization of expected cash flows; and
    • Adjusted EBITDA does not reflect the significant interest expense or the cash requirements necessary to service interest or principal payments on our servicing rights related liabilities and corporate debt, although it does reflect interest expense associated with our servicing advance liabilities, master repurchase agreements, mortgage-backed debt, and HMBS related obligations.

    Because of these limitations, Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA should not be considered as measures of discretionary cash available to us to invest in the growth of our business. We compensate for these limitations by relying primarily on our GAAP results and using Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA only as supplements. Users of our financial statements are cautioned not to place undue reliance on Adjusted Earnings (Loss) and Adjusted EBITDA.

     

     

    Walter Investment Management Corp.

    Segment Results of Operations and Non-GAAP Financial Measures

    For the Three Months Ended June 30, 2017

    (in thousands)




    Servicing


    Originations


    Reverse Mortgage


    Other


    Eliminations


    Total Consolidated

    REVENUES













    Net servicing revenue and fees


    $

    86,648



    $



    $

    7,083



    $



    $

    (2,410)



    $

    91,321


    Net gains (losses) on sales of loans


    (997)



    70,910







    632



    70,545


    Net fair value gains on reverse loans and related HMBS obligations






    7,872







    7,872


    Interest income on loans


    10,477



    12









    10,489


    Insurance revenue


    2,650











    2,650


    Other revenues


    18,648



    9,598



    454



    200



    (2,990)



    25,910


    Total revenues


    117,426



    80,520



    15,409



    200



    (4,768)



    208,787


    EXPENSES













    Interest expense


    12,860



    8,599



    4,288



    35,137





    60,884


    Depreciation and amortization


    8,473



    704



    865







    10,042


    Other expenses, net


    139,488



    51,210



    26,756



    8,983



    (4,768)



    221,669


    Total expenses


    160,821



    60,513



    31,909



    44,120



    (4,768)



    292,595


    OTHER GAINS (LOSSES)













    Gain on sale of business


    7











    7


    Other net fair value gains (losses)


    111







    (8,216)





    (8,105)


    Loss on extinguishment


    (709)











    (709)


    Total other losses


    (591)







    (8,216)





    (8,807)


    Income (loss) before income taxes


    (43,986)



    20,007



    (16,500)



    (52,136)





    (92,615)


    Adjustments to income (loss) before income taxes













    Gain on sale of business


    (7)











    (7)


    Changes in fair value due to changes in valuation inputs and other assumptions


    33,017











    33,017


    Fair value to cash adjustment for reverse loans






    12,039







    12,039


    Transaction and integration costs


    2,158







    6,928





    9,086


    Exit costs


    4,861



    442



    614



    181





    6,098


    Non-cash interest expense


    22







    2,742





    2,764


    Share-based compensation expense


    279



    132



    70







    481


    Other


    109



    (344)



    (31)



    9,597





    9,331


    Total adjustments


    40,439



    230



    12,692



    19,448





    72,809


    Adjusted Earnings (Loss)


    (3,547)



    20,237



    (3,808)



    (32,688)





    (19,806)


    EBITDA adjustments













    Amortization of servicing rights and other fair value adjustments


    41,505





    383







    41,888


    Interest expense on debt








    32,396





    32,396


    Depreciation and amortization


    8,473



    704



    865







    10,042


    Other


    (833)



    (2,428)



    27



    2





    (3,232)


    Total adjustments


    49,145



    (1,724)



    1,275



    32,398





    81,094


    Adjusted EBITDA


    $

    45,598



    $

    18,513



    $

    (2,533)



    $

    (290)



    $



    $

    61,288


     

     

     

    Walter Investment Management Corp.

    Segment Results of Operations and Non-GAAP Financial Measures

    For the Three Months Ended June 30, 2016

    (in thousands)




    Servicing


    Originations


    Reverse Mortgage


    Other


    Eliminations


    Total Consolidated

    REVENUES













    Net servicing revenue and fees


    $

    28,001



    $



    $

    7,001



    $



    $

    (3,066)



    $

    31,936


    Net gains (losses) on sales of loans


    (1,191)



    100,358







    1,009



    100,176


    Net fair value gains on reverse loans and related HMBS obligations






    7,650







    7,650


    Interest income on loans


    11,837



    12









    11,849


    Insurance revenue


    11,277











    11,277


    Other revenues


    22,889



    9,839



    1,486



    45



    (9,674)



    24,585


    Total revenues


    72,813



    110,209



    16,137



    45



    (11,731)



    187,473


    EXPENSES













    Interest expense


    18,330



    7,736



    2,414



    35,920





    64,400


    Depreciation and amortization


    10,704



    2,248



    1,587



    1





    14,540


    Goodwill impairment


    215,412











    215,412


    Other expenses, net


    183,996



    54,610



    39,080



    5,399



    (11,731)



    271,354


    Total expenses


    428,442



    64,594



    43,081



    41,320



    (11,731)



    565,706


    OTHER GAINS (LOSSES)













    Other net fair value gains (losses)


    135







    (954)





    (819)


    Other


    (532)











    (532)


    Total other losses


    (397)







    (954)





    (1,351)


    Income (loss) before income taxes


    (356,026)



    45,615



    (26,944)



    (42,229)





    (379,584)


    Adjustments to income (loss) before income taxes













    Changes in fair value due to changes in valuation inputs and other assumptions


    118,825











    118,825


    Fair value to cash adjustment for reverse loans






    14,512







    14,512


    Transaction and integration costs








    539





    539


    Exit costs


    4,126



    303



    407







    4,836


    Non-cash interest expense


    18







    2,940





    2,958


    Share-based compensation expense


    3,160



    820



    610



    256





    4,846


    Goodwill impairment


    215,412











    215,412


    Other


    6,065



    1,515



    1,398



    3,854





    12,832


    Total adjustments


    347,606



    2,638



    16,927



    7,589





    374,760


    Adjusted Earnings (Loss) (1)


    (8,420)



    48,253



    (10,017)



    (34,640)





    (4,824)


    EBITDA Adjustments













    Amortization of servicing rights and other fair value adjustments


    61,960





    446







    62,406


    Interest expense on debt


    1,251







    32,979





    34,230


    Depreciation and amortization


    10,704



    2,248



    1,587



    1





    14,540


    Other


    (767)



    (7,013)



    21



    169





    (7,590)


    Total adjustments


    73,148



    (4,765)



    2,054



    33,149





    103,586


    Adjusted EBITDA


    $

    64,728



    $

    43,488



    $

    (7,963)



    $

    (1,491)



    $



    $

    98,762


     

    (1)

    We revised our method of calculating Adjusted Earnings (Loss) beginning with the Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2016 to eliminate adjustments for step-up depreciation and amortization, which represents depreciation and amortization costs related to the increased basis in assets (including servicing rights and subservicing contracts) acquired within business combination transactions. Prior period amounts have been adjusted to reflect this revision.

     

     

     Walter Investment Management Corp.

    Segment Results of Operations and Non-GAAP Financial Measures

    For the Six Months Ended June 30, 2017

    (in thousands)




    Servicing


    Originations


    Reverse Mortgage


    Other


    Eliminations


    Total Consolidated

    REVENUES













    Net servicing revenue and fees


    $

    195,189



    $



    $

    14,591



    $



    $

    (5,272)



    $

    204,508


    Net gains (losses) on sales of loans


    (1,317)



    144,614







    1,604



    144,901


    Net fair value gains on reverse loans and related HMBS obligations






    22,574







    22,574


    Interest income on loans


    21,445



    24









    21,469


    Insurance revenue


    7,590











    7,590


    Other revenues


    42,299



    16,690



    737



    710



    (7,406)



    53,030


    Total revenues


    265,206



    161,328



    37,902



    710



    (11,074)



    454,072


    EXPENSES













    Interest expense


    26,393



    17,999



    6,679



    70,223





    121,294


    Depreciation and amortization


    17,384



    1,671



    1,919







    20,974


    Other expenses, net


    297,955



    110,816



    51,103



    15,236



    (11,074)



    464,036


    Total expenses


    341,732



    130,486



    59,701



    85,459



    (11,074)



    606,304


    OTHER GAINS (LOSSES)













    Gain on sale of business


    67,734











    67,734


    Other net fair value losses


    (1,318)







    (1,704)





    (3,022)


    Loss on extinguishment


    (709)











    (709)


    Total other gains (losses)


    65,707







    (1,704)





    64,003


    Income (loss) before income taxes


    (10,819)



    30,842



    (21,799)



    (86,453)





    (88,229)


    Adjustments to income (loss) before income taxes













    Gain on sale of business


    (67,734)











    (67,734)


    Changes in fair value due to changes in valuation inputs and other assumptions


    40,414











    40,414


    Fair value to cash adjustment for reverse loans






    15,378







    15,378


    Transaction and integration costs


    4,331







    9,963





    14,294


    Exit costs


    5,684



    875



    1,292



    118





    7,969


    Non-cash interest expense


    1,535







    5,413





    6,948


    Share-based compensation expense (benefit)


    421



    (50)



    204



    771





    1,346


    Other


    3,043



    727



    174



    4,868





    8,812


    Total adjustments


    (12,306)



    1,552



    17,048



    21,133





    27,427


    Adjusted Earnings (Loss)


    (23,125)



    32,394



    (4,751)



    (65,320)





    (60,802)


    EBITDA Adjustments













    Amortization of servicing rights and other fair value adjustments


    82,117





    782







    82,899


    Interest expense on debt








    64,810





    64,810


    Depreciation and amortization


    17,384



    1,671



    1,919







    20,974


    Other


    (76)



    (3,161)



    55



    (108)





    (3,290)


    Total adjustments


    99,425



    (1,490)



    2,756



    64,702





    165,393


    Adjusted EBITDA


    $

    76,300



    $

    30,904



    $

    (1,995)



    $

    (618)



    $



    $

    104,591


     

     

     

    Walter Investment Management Corp.

    Segment Results of Operations and Non-GAAP Financial Measures

    For the Six Months Ended June 30, 2016

    (in thousands)




    Servicing


    Originations


    Reverse Mortgage


    Other


    Eliminations


    Total Consolidated

    REVENUES













    Net servicing revenue and fees


    $

    (81,519)



    $



    $

    13,910



    $



    $

    (6,217)



    $

    (73,826)


    Net gains (losses) on sales of loans


    (5,727)



    188,340







    2,040



    184,653


    Net fair value gains on reverse loans and
       related HMBS obligations






    42,858







    42,858


    Interest income on loans


    23,995



    25









    24,020


    Insurance revenue


    21,644











    21,644


    Other revenues


    51,165



    22,121



    3,464



    75



    (21,930)



    54,895


    Total revenues


    9,558



    210,486



    60,232



    75



    (26,107)



    254,244


    EXPENSES













    Interest expense


    36,892



    16,011



    3,929



    71,816





    128,648


    Depreciation and amortization


    21,485



    4,593



    2,875



    10





    28,963


    Goodwill impairment


    215,412











    215,412


    Other expenses, net


    347,810



    127,866



    74,321



    12,215



    (26,107)



    536,105


    Total expenses


    621,599



    148,470



    81,125



    84,041



    (26,107)



    909,128


    OTHER GAINS (LOSSES)













    Other net fair value gains (losses)


    226







    (3,189)





    (2,963)


    Gain on extinguishment








    928





    928


    Other


    (532)





    (1,024)







    (1,556)


    Total other losses


    (306)





    (1,024)



    (2,261)





    (3,591)


    Income (loss) before income taxes


    (612,347)



    62,016



    (21,917)



    (86,227)





    (658,475)


    Adjustments to income (loss) before income taxes













    Changes in fair value due to changes in valuation inputs and other assumptions


    359,154











    359,154


    Fair value to cash adjustment for reverse loans






    (3,197)







    (3,197)


    Transaction and integration costs


    370







    2,486





    2,856


    Exit costs


    6,007



    2,099



    407



    227





    8,740


    Non-cash interest expense


    (11)







    5,807





    5,796


    Share-based compensation expense


    3,941



    233



    923



    608





    5,705


    Goodwill impairment


    215,412











    215,412


    Other


    8,199



    1,515



    2,446



    7,510





    19,670


    Total adjustments


    593,072



    3,847



    579



    16,638





    614,136


    Adjusted Earnings (Loss) (1)


    (19,275)



    65,863



    (21,338)



    (69,589)





    (44,339)


    EBITDA Adjustments













    Amortization of servicing rights and other fair value adjustments


    134,230





    906







    135,136


    Interest expense on debt


    3,986







    66,009





    69,995


    Depreciation and amortization


    21,485



    4,593



    2,875



    10





    28,963


    Other


    (1,102)



    (3,212)



    54



    347





    (3,913)


    Total adjustments


    158,599



    1,381



    3,835



    66,366





    230,181


    Adjusted EBITDA


    $

    139,324



    $

    67,244



    $

    (17,503)



    $

    (3,223)



    $



    $

    185,842


     


    (1)

    We revised our method of calculating Adjusted Earnings (Loss) beginning with the Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2016 to eliminate adjustments for step-up depreciation and amortization, which represents depreciation and amortization costs related to the increased basis in assets (including servicing rights and subservicing contracts) acquired within business combination transactions. Prior period amounts have been adjusted to reflect this revision.

     

     

     

    Reconciliation of GAAP Net Loss to

    Non-GAAP Adjusted Loss

    (in millions, except per share amounts)




    For the Three Months Ended June 30,


    For the Six Months
     Ended June 30,



    2017


    2016


    2017


    2016

    Net loss


    $

    (94.3)



    $

    (490.0)



    $

    (89.8)



    $

    (662.7)


    Income tax expense


    1.7



    110.4



    1.6



    4.2


    Loss before income taxes


    (92.6)



    (379.6)



    (88.2)



    (658.5)


    Adjustments to loss before income taxes









    Gain on sale of business






    (67.7)




    Changes in fair value due to changes in valuation inputs
       and other assumptions (1)


    33.0



    118.8



    40.4



    359.2


    Fair value to cash adjustment for reverse loans (2)


    12.0



    14.5



    15.4



    (3.2)


    Transaction and integration costs (3)


    9.1



    0.5



    14.3



    2.9


    Exit costs (4)


    6.1



    4.8



    8.0



    8.7


    Non-cash interest expense


    2.8



    3.0



    6.9



    5.8


    Share-based compensation expense


    0.5



    4.9



    1.3



    5.7


    Goodwill impairment




    215.4





    215.4


    Other (5)


    9.3



    12.9



    8.8



    19.7


    Total adjustments


    72.8



    374.8



    27.4



    614.2


    Adjusted Loss


    (19.8)



    (4.8)



    (60.8)



    (44.3)


    Tax benefit at estimated effective tax rate of 38%


    (7.5)



    (1.8)



    (23.1)



    (16.8)


    Adjusted Loss after tax


    $

    (12.3)



    (3.0)



    $

    (37.7)



    $

    (27.5)


    Adjusted Loss after tax per common and common equivalent share


    $

    (0.34)



    $

    (0.08)



    $

    (1.03)



    $

    (0.77)


    Weighted-average common and common equivalent shares outstanding


    36.5



    35.8



    36.5



    35.7


    __________

    (1)

    Consists of the change in fair value due to changes in valuation inputs and other assumptions relating to servicing rights and charged-off loans.

    (2)

    Represents the non-cash fair value adjustment to arrive at cash generated from reverse mortgage origination activities.

    (3)

    Transaction and integration costs result primarily from the Company's debt restructuring initiative.

    (4)

    Exit costs include expenses related to the closing of offices and the termination and replacement of certain employees as well as other expenses to institute efficiencies. Exit costs incurred for the three and six months ended June 30, 2017 include those relating to our exit from the consumer retail channel of the Originations segment, our exit from the reverse mortgage originations business, and actions initiated in 2015, 2016 and 2017 in connection with our continued efforts to enhance efficiencies and streamline processes in the organization.

    (5)

    Includes severance, costs associated with transforming the business and the net impact of the Non-Residual Trusts.

     

     

    Reconciliation of GAAP Net Loss to

    Non-GAAP AEBITDA

    (in millions)




    For the Three Months
    Ended June 30,


    For the Six Months 
    Ended June 30,



    2017


    2016


    2017


    2016

    Net loss


    $

    (94.3)



    $

    (490.0)



    $

    (89.8)



    $

    (662.7)


    Income tax expense


    1.7



    110.4



    1.6



    4.2


    Loss before income taxes


    (92.6)



    (379.6)



    (88.2)



    (658.5)


    EBITDA Adjustments









    Amortization of servicing rights and other fair value
       adjustments (1)


    74.9



    181.2



    123.3



    494.3


    Interest expense


    35.2



    37.2



    71.8



    75.8


    Gain on sale of business






    (67.7)




    Depreciation and amortization


    10.0



    14.6



    21.0



    29.0


    Fair value to cash adjustment for reverse loans (2)


    12.0



    14.5



    15.4



    (3.2)


    Transaction and integration costs (3)