Midland Government Services is a leading provider of loan servicing, asset management and financial services for U.S. Government agencies, and is an approved loan servicer and asset manager under GSA FABS Schedule 520-5.
Midland's Washington D.C. -based group has substantial contracting experience and demonstrated expertise in providing payment processing, loan administration, loan accounting, and asset and portfolio management services for Government credit programs. These activities include covenant compliance monitoring, credit surveillance and collateral and risk management. Additionally, Midland provides paying and transfer agent, master and back-up servicing to support agency lending programs.
Midland also has proven expertise in the management, resolution and disposition of non-performing commercial loans. Midland's asset management team has extensive experience in the analysis, evaluation, management, resolution and disposition of sub-performing, non-performing and defaulted commercial loans.
Technology Solutions and Certification
Midland has applied best-in-class information systems technologies to the delivery of services to the commercial real estate finance industry. Enterprise!® is Midland's advanced technology platform, developed to improve the management of commercial loan portfolios. With integration of the Enterprise! loan management system to a suite of web-based tools and an advanced imaging and document management platform, Midland has created a fully integrated commercial loan servicing solution. Enterprise! and its supporting applications adhere to and are certified in accordance with Federal Information Security Management (FISMA) and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) government federal security control standards.
Midland Government Services clients include:
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions (including PNC Bank, National Association and its subsidiaries) to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who establishes a formal relationship with such institution. What this means for you -- when you enter into a business relationship with PNC Bank, we will ask you your name, street address, tax ID number and other pertinent information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your organizational documents or other identifying information. We appreciate your business and patience with our compliance efforts.