One might assume that Wall Street developed, at some point in the seven years following the housing collapse, distaste for new subprime mortgage-backed securities. Think again.

Money manager Angel Oak Capital and the U.S. unit of Japanese bank Nomura Holdings are attempting to suture old wounds that have long festered in that corner of mortgage finance, according to John Hsu, head of capital markets at Angel Oak.

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